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1965 

VOLUME xun 

BUCCANEER 



Roberta A. Eason 
Editor 



William H. Wallace 
Business Manager 



EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE 
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Contents 







Features 






Student Life 


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SGA 


56 




Spotlight 


75 




Athletics 


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Academics 




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Departments 


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Organizations 



350 



Religious Groups 


354 


Clubs 


362 


Greeks 


381 


Fine Arts 


444 


Military 


464 




Index 



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Dedicated to a noted writer, Englis Fletcher Hall, 
the newest dormitory for women, stands seven stories 
tall at the western edge of the campus. 



Changing 



Proud yet humble East Carolina College 
stands against the sky. In the horizon, chang- 
ing skylines mark her role in the cultural, 
intellectual, and sociological revolution of the 
era. With each change, she meets the demands 
of a new day and the needs of a nobler man. 
Feverishly new buildings are completed. Un- 
ceasingly scholars incorporate new ideas into 
established disciplines. Eagerly students come 
together to exchange ideas. 



Skylines . . 



Steel, concrete, and yellow brick are combined to form the classroom 
building for the School of Education and the Department of Psychology. 





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. . . Create New Horizons 



Foundations for these new structures are laid in the 
heritage o£ the college. From the founding of the 
college in 1907 until now, this awesome process of 
physical, intellectual, and sociological expansion chal- 
lenges the student to join the search of all men for 
the ultimate meanings of life. These truths are the 
foundations for understanding — a broad horizon for 
all men. 




Machiner)', scaffolding, and constant noise are 
reminder of continuing growth and change. 



epted by the students 




Learning may be accomplished outside the main classroom. 




Within the academic framework, 

the student acquires the 

knowledge that leads to understanding. 

In every discipline — 

fine arts, science, and mathematics — 

new truth is revealed daily. 

Professors from Japan, Germany, 

Ecuador, and France have joined 

the native faculty of East Carolina College. 

As the faculty and curricula 

of the college have grown, 

so have the numbers and nationalities 

of the students enrolled. 

This year new dormitories have been built 

to house the students; 

new additions to the library 

facilitate their study; 

more classroom buildings are constructed 

in which to educate them. 




. . . In the World of Academics . . 




And in Student Life on Can^pus. 



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Teeming with emotions, abilities, 

and desires, students enter the college 

with great anticipations. 

Their mode of dress is conformity; 

yet each student is an entity 

within the larger entity. 

East Carolina College. 

A walk in the mall beneath the trees 

overflowing with violent reds, 

soft oranges, and yellows 

intermingled with the eternal green, 

a pep rally preceding a game 

in Ficklen Stadium, 

a vast array of campaign posters, 

a fountain of soap suds, 

a dormitory filled with laughter, 

a theater alive with My Fair Lady — 

all these memories 

are cherished by the individual 

as what he has been and 

what he is. 




Caught between bells, between thoughts, between homes — a student 
learns to keep pace with the expanding curriculum of the college. 



Board of Trustees 



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Seated: Dr. Leo Jenkins, Mrs. Russell Kirby, Mr Robert Morgan, Mr. James Whitefield, Mr. Henr)' Belk, Mrs. Henry Belk. Standing: Mr. F. D. 
Duncan, Dr. Robert L. Holt, Mr. Fred Bahnson, William A. Blount, Mr. R. F. McCoy, Mr. David J. Whichard, II, Mr. Henry Oglesby, 
Mrs. Agnes Barrett, and Mr. Irving E. Carlyle. 



Agency of the state, the board is responsible for the management of the affairs of the college. 



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Reviews 



Senator Morgan, Chairman, checks the 
progress report with Mr. Whitfield 
and Dr. Jenkins. 




Campus Expansion. 




Twelve members comprise the Board of Trustees of East 
Carolina College. Appointments are made by the Governor 
and conformation is given by the General Assembly of North 
Carolina. Each member serves for an eight year period; terms 
being staggered. 




Dr. Leo W. Jenkins, 

sixth President of East Carolina College, holds 
degrees from Rutgers, Columbia and New York 
Universities. This very qualified educator became 
President in I960. 

Through the National Education Association, Pres- 
ident Jenkins constantly endeavors to better col- 
leges. The Southern Association of Colleges and the 
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Edu- 
cation are served by this College Visitation Team 
member. 

Dr. Jenkins and his family of six are members 
of the Methodist Church where he ser\'es on the 
Board of Stewards. His interests range from sup- 
port of the Pirates thru the fine arts. 






New students are officially welcomed to the college during the 
annual freshman tea in the Jenkins home. 




Dr. Robert L Holt 



As Vice President and Dean of Instruction, Dr. 
Holt directs the entire academic program offered 
by the college. 




Co-ordinating all phases of campus expansion, Mr. 
Duncan, Vice President and Business Manager, is 
responsible for all financial affairs. 



N[r. F. D. Duncan 



Administrators 



The office of the Dean of Women deals with 
policies and problems of East Carolina's coeds. 
Dean White also advises Women's Honor 
Council. 




Mr. James B. Mallory 

Concerned with all matters of guidance of 
the male students, Mr. Mallory, Dean of 
Men, advises the Men's Judicial System. 
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Dr. James H. Tucker 

Dean of Student Affairs handles all college policies which 
deal with the students. 



Mr. Worth E. Baker 

Planning registration and distributing grades are the responsi 
bilities of Mr. Worth Baker, Registrar. 



Student Adjustment. 




Dr. John H. Home 



As Director of Admissions, Dr. Home distributes material 
to prospective students and screens applications. 




tAr. Henry Howard 



As Director of the News Bureau, Mr. Howard directs coverage of the student 
activities for off-campus publication purposes. 




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Dr. John C. Reynolds 

Handling graduate scholarships, Dr. Reynolds 
directs all graduate study programs. 



Dr. David J. Middleton 

Determining location of classes, the 
Director of extension sets schedules 
to include workshops as well as 
field classes. 



Mr. G. Allan Nelms 

Assisting graduates in pursuit of 
jobs, Mr. Nelms, Director of Place- 
ment Bureau, maintains offices in 
the Alumni Building. 




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MR. S. RUDOLPH ALEXANDER Assistant Dean of Student Affairs 

MRS. AGNES BARRETT Administrative Assistant 

MISS CORNELIA BEEMS Assistant to the Dean of Women 

MR. JAMES W. BUTLER Director of Public Relations 

MRS. FRANCES M. DOREY Cashier for Student Bank 

DR. D. D. GROSS Director of Religious Activities 

MISS JANICE G. HARDISON Alumni Director 

MR. JOHNNIE L. HARRELL Chief of Campus Police 

MRS. DORIS B. HENDERSON Student Fund Accountant 

MISS FARLEIGH HUNDERFORD .. Assistant Director of College Union 

MRS. MILDRED B. MANNING Postmaster 

MISS CYNTHIA ANNE MENDENHALL . Director of College Union 



MR. C. G. MOORE Assistant Business Manager 

MR. HERMAN D. PHELPS ... Assistant Director of Extension 

MR. JERRY SUTHERLAND . . Director of Maintenance and Operations 
DR. GEORGE WEIGAND Guidance and Counseling 



DR. ROBERT W. WILLIAMS Assistant Dean 

MR. DAN K. WOOTEN Director of Housing 



Counselors 



MRS. REPSY W. BAKER 
MRS. IDA W. EDWARDS 
MRS. RUTH B. GARNER 
MRS. NANCY HAWTHORNE 
MRS. CHARLOTTE KNIGHTEN 



MRS. RUTH RHYNE McCALL 
MRS. DAISY H. ROGERS 
MRS. LOIS A. SMITH 
MRS. HELEN A. SNYDER 
MRS. G. A. TAYLOR 
MRS. BRUNIE A. YARDLEY 





FEATURES 




STUDENT LIFE 


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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 


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SPOTLIGHT 


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ATHLETICS 


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Friends and refreshment crown a sunny afternoon. 




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Pages filled with data reveal the student's identity. 



ast Carolina College Are One 



Against the changing skyline the student 
finds his niche. Tall buildings provide a 
place for learning; a background for re- 
laxation and busy activity; a setting for 
quiet, serious contemplation and for happy 
smiles. Facial expressions register reactions 
as a student learns, meets new friends, and 
becomes an integral part of East Carolina 
College. 




Students huddle wherever there is a convenient spot. 



. . . Theater Comprised of 
Opportunities and Personalities. 




In the relaxed atmosphere of the sculpture lab, i I 1 professor en|oy 

quiet discussion. 



In many scenes, 

with rapt expressions, 

can be found 

the versatile student . . . 

conversing in his workshop, 

skillfully interpreting 

his idea of fun, or 

displaying his diversified 

talents 

with a more serious 

translation of mood. 




The popular college union sets the scene 
for group socializing. 





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Sunny afternoons can be spent in refreshing frolic 
or serious discussion. 



Freshmen listen attentively as Dr. Jenkins welcomes them to East Carolina. 




Orientation in Wright Auditorium 
proves that numerical strength 
is not sufficient. Freshmen 
struggle to grow strong in 
other ways: through developing 
the patience for enduring long 
hours in registration line, 
through realizing the value of 
making new friends, through 
becoming acquainted with the 
administration. Hopefully they 
approach the threshold of what 
promises to be a unique experience. 








Is there a front to this line? 




Students stagger through the ordeal of unpacking. 



Freshmen encounter the frustrations of Drop-Add. 



Freshmen Meet Challenges 
of College. 



A familiar face in the crowd is a wel- 
come sight. 



Friendships grow quickly. 





Automation has yet to replace standing in line. 



Freshmen and their parents are honored 
at President's Tea. 




Freshmen 

grow stronger 

and take traditional 

places in 

the college family. 

Physically, 

mentally, 

and socially 

they grow to become 

a real part of 

the Alma Mater. 





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Registration and Book-Buying 
Complement Every Quarter . . . 




Registration can result in an accumulation of problems. Learning 
that even IBM machines make mistakes, students go through the 
process of standing in the Drop-Add line for class changes. Then 
they rush to the bookstore to obtain textbooks and watch the dollars 
add up. 




Machines unbalance our bankbooks. 



. . . and Classroom Rituals Are Reassumed. 




Unexpected excitement reaches the campus when 
Flanagan Building begins to smolder. 




Students believe that at last they are ready for 
class. The first few days are a combination of dis- 
may and anticipation, sometimes interrupted by 
sheer excitement. Eventually life becomes routine, 
and classes assume their proper perspective. 




First lectures are always hard to follow. 



Classes Require Adequate and 
Concentrated Study . . . 




Notetakinp requires a quick pen. 



Classes predominate the 

lives of students. 

East Carolina offers them 

courses m many fields and 

provides essentials 

of a basic liberal arts education. 

Students soon learn that 

class is much easier if 

they have spent time 

in preparation. 

Notetaking is also necessary 

to obtain the maximum return 

from hours spent in lectures. 




Students pause to evaluate each other's work. 



Will this hour never end? 




There is a right way, and then there is my way. 





. . . for Desired Product. 




Preparation for classes is 
channeled through various re- 
source facilities. The library is 
crowded with students looking 
for that quiet place to study. 
In art, the opinions and criti- 
cisms of fellow students are 
helpful. Foreign language stu- 
dents are aided in their studies 
by a well-equipped laborator)'. 
Wherever and however stu- 
dents study, college requires 
much work to obtain the de- 
sired proficiency in chosen 
areas of study. 








Four years of hard wmk li. 



Class of '64 Graduates 970. 



Efforts are rewarded as that final 
day approaches. Students adorn 
themselves with the dignity of caps 
and gowns and feel the pomp of 
the music to which they march. Par- 
ents and friends watch them take 
their places as candidates for de- 
grees of East Carolina College. 




Parents and friends assist 
in dressing graduates. 



Graduates hear President Leo W. Jenkins commend 
them and wish them well. The address of Dr. Gordon 
Knight, Duke University Chancellor, inspires the class. 
Graduates feel joy and sadness intermingled. They have 
reached the ultimate goal — graduation. 

Skylines towering above Ficklin Stadium symbolize for 
all present the new and increasing need of the world and 
an urgency to meet these demands. 




Dignity and pride mark the faces of these seniors. 



Fine Arts Series Brings Top ArtisU 




Grant Johannesen displays the technique of a true artist in his piano concert. 



Striving to enhance the cultural development of East Carolina 
students, the Student Government Association contracted many top 
artists to appear here as a part of the Fine Arts Division of the 
Entertainment Series. The Raduga Dancers, topnotch Russian 
ballet and folk dance ensemble, captivated students with a colorful 
program of song, dance, and music. Both classical ballet and 
exotic dances gave the theater goers a view of the rich and varied 
dance culture of Russia. Metropolitan Opera soprano Teresa 
Stratas, after having been forced to postpone her engagement here 
because of illness, was well-received in her concert rescheduled in 
January. One of the most outstanding musical organizations of 
America, the Paganini Quartet, displayed remarkable finesse in 
playing stringed instruments. 



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Before each program of entertainment, all paths seem to lead to tt 
Central Ticket Office, 




Daring leaps characterize the routines of the Raduga Dancers. 




Raduga Dancers perform a Russian folk dance. 



o Campus. 



Team skill and poise distinguish the 
artistic ability of the Paganini Quartet. 





France's contribution to Fine Arts Series 
was the Paris Chamber Orchestra, the new- 
est addition to the French roster. The young 
and brilliant players won many prizes in top 
European competitions, and they were given 
widespread acclaim by the press. They de- 
lighted students with a remarkably precise 
performance. Jack Glatzer appeared in con- 
cert before a good crowd in Austin Auditor- 
ium. American pianist Grant Johannesen's 
program, mastered by a pair of unusually 
flexible hands, provided an evening of en- 
riching entertainment. Variety and superb 
performances were the keynotes to the 
varied cultural programs of the Entertain- 
ment Series. 



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icty of operatic numbers. 




The Paris Chamber Orchestra, composed of fifteen Parisians, execute 



Lectures and Films Relate Views oi 




Arthur Schlesinger pauses during his lecture here in February. 



Well-known lecturers were sponsored here by the Student- 
Faculty Lecture Committee. Speaking to a large audience, 
famed columnist Drew Pearson compared the foreign and 
domestic policies of the United States with those of Russia. 
Arthur Schlesinger, historian, author, and lecturer, gave his 
views of political and social problems to students, faculty 
members, and Greenville residents. James J. Kilpartick, dis- 
tinguished editor of the Richmond News Leader, and Mark 
Etheridge debated the issue of civil rights. In April, Nobel 
Peace Prize Winner and chairman of the Atomic Energy Com- 
mission Glenn Seaborg lectured here. Other lectures and 
lecture-films were presented, and students were made aware 
of the major problems facing them as this future citizenry 
of this nation. 




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The distinguished commentator, Drew Pearson speaks in tl 
gymnasium. 



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Informal question-answer sessions fol- 
low most lectures. 




urrent Problems. 




President Jenkins and Drew Pearson exchange greet- 
ings before Mr. Pearson's lecture. 



The military aspect is one of the areas covered in 
Robert Cohen's film "Inside Castro's Cuba." 





Austin Auditorium serves as a makeshift 
theater for showing a variety of films, spon- 
sored by the Inter-Religious Council and 
other groups. Those who attend gain an in- 
sight into such topics as foreign countries, 
science, history, and literature. Becoming ac- 
quainted with the customs of people abroad 
and developing an appreciation for man- 
kind's achievements contribute to the total 
growth of the students. 



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Musical and Artistic Exhibitions 
Evidence Talent. 



Recitals and exhibitions enable the students to continue to de- 
velop culturally. Music majors and members of the faculty of the 
School of Music share their talents with the student body in a 
number of recitals throughout the year. Concerts by the band and 
symphony orchestra as well as other musical groups on campus 
are well received. 

Exhibitions of the work of both students and instructors are 
presented by the School of Art. These help to orient the students 
in the beauty and meaning of art. 




The Christmas season is depicted in this bulletin board scene at the Col- 
lege Union. 








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Students and faculty inembers gather for the annual Chr; 
ing for the holidays. 



Assembly before lea' 




Students in the School of Art arrange paintings for a sale. 







East Carolina's new seven-story dormitory for women was dedicated No- 
vember 8, 1964, to North Carolina author, Inglis Fletcher. Her writing 
a number of books about eastern North Carolina and her interest in this 
area prompted the decision to name the dormitory in her honor. The dedi- 
cation ceremony and unveiling of Mrs. Fletcher's portrait were followed 
by a tea for those attending. 

Fletcher Hall brought a number of "firsts" to the college. It was the 
tallest building both on the campus and in the city of Greenville. Elevators 
were installed for the first time in a dormitory here. The entire student 
body, especially the residents of the new dormitory, took great pride in 
claiming the lovely structure as a part of the campus. Fletcher Hall can 
enjoy the distinction of being "the most" for only a short while, how- 
ever; for a ten-story dormitory to be built beside it is anticipated for the near 
future. 



Window after window, floor upon floor, Fletcher reaches toward the 



Fletcher Dormitory Symbolizes 
Progress of College. 



From a seventh story window in Fletcher, one gets a bird's eye-view of the i 
campus. 




Mr. Ovid Pierce, author 
Fletcher Dormitory. 



in residence, speaks at the dedication of 




Students Anticipate Expansion of 
Co//ege Union. 



Whenever students want refreshments, conversation, entertain- 
ment, or relaxation, the most popular place on campus is the Stu- 
dent Union. It is the site of unending activity, and around it, all 
the campus social life seems to revolve. Located in Wright Build- 
ing, it can easily be spotted by the aowds of students standing out- 



side and streaming in and out its doors. Facilities have become 
inadequate, however, with the expanding of the student body; and 
the area of the Student Union has been enlarged. Recreation 
facilities are moved temporarily to Wright Lobby as workmen 
tackle the task of renovation and construction. 





Students stand shoulder-to-shoulder for service at the soda foun- 
tain. 



Dismantled College Union will soon take on a new appearance. 




Wright Lobby provides temporary quarters for recreation facilities. 




So long as the doors of the College Union are open, no one 
needs to worry about how to spend an idle hour. At ping- 
pong tables the popping of the balls against the paddles is a 
familiar sound. A number of tables are provided foi card 
games of which bridge is most popular. Frequent bridge 
tournaments are a chance for the card demons to match their 
wits. Bingo parties give the students an opportunity to get away 
from their work and enjoy being with friends. For those who 
want simply to relax, color television is always available. 




The College Union's ping pong provides a recreation area for students. This foursome concentrates on a game of bridge during a spare hour. 

ftecreotfon Facilities Are Popular 
During Leisure Time. 




Bingo parties are enthusiastically attended. 



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This coed finds time to help decorate for Christmas. 




Co//ege Union Parties Feature Fui 




Carnival time brings out the festive spirit in everyone. 




Parties at the College Union are well attended. Moods of the various 
holidays are depicted in the activities as students decorate for the holiday 
seasons and enjoy the company of fellow students. Music for week-end 
dances is provided by nearby bands and college combos. Summer school 
students welcome the annual watermelon slicing as they suffer in the sum- 
mer's heat. Fun and refreshment for every one is the magnet which attracts 
students to the socials at the Student Union. 



Trimining the tree at the College Union is a tradition at 
Christmas time. 



A watermelon slicing helps summer school students to beat the heat. 



nd Refreshment. 



dance fads can be observed at the College Union parties. 





Interest in the national and state election year was evidenced in 
activities of the student body. Many students attended state rallies, 
worked at the local headquarters of their candidates, and contri- 
buted to the campaign funds. Those eligible to vote did so, and 
those not eligible encouraged others to support the candidates of 
their choice. 

On the local scene, students campaigned ardently for the elec- 
tion of Student Government officers. Posters, banners, and bro- 
chures decked trees, bulletin boards, and any other convenient 
spot as candidates tried to win votes in their favor. Office-seekers 
learned the importance of effective campaigning, and their sup- 
porters were made aware of the citizen's role in government. 



Elections Create 
Enthusiasm. 





Rallies serve to increase enthusiasm at election time. 




enjoy party polieics on the college level. 



Kerlin and Willard Batts, members of the election committee, check the ballot 
box after the "straw ballot" vote. 



Players, Coaches, Fans Share 
Tangerine Bow/ Victory. 



ch Stasavich displays a big smile over the victory at the Tangerin 

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President Jenkins and the editor of the East Carolinian, reflect upon the 
Pirates' triumph in the Tangerine Bowl. 




Climaxing the athletic achievement for the year was the in- 
vitation to play in the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida. 
The mighty football team of East Carolina played the Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts and came out victorious with a 14-13 
score. Much activity and enthusiasm revolved around the 
Pirates' participation in the Bowl game. A special train 
chartered for transportation to and from the game enabled 
many students to share the glory of their team's victory. In 
Orlando, fans sold souvenirs and pennants in the promotion 
of school spirit and support of the team. Students who could 
not attend the game heard it via radio; and many of them 
formed a cheering squad to meet the elated players, coaches, 
and fans upon their return to the Greenville airport and train 
station. All were aware that this victory was but another step 
forward in the college's march of progress. 






Popular Concert 



An intent Fred Waring directs his Pennsylvanians during rehearsal 





The New Journeymen display their talents in their 
first open-air concert. 



Ray Charles instills a mood for music during the Home- 
coming week-end. 



Abundant light entertainment gave students 
a chance to enjoy in person the stars they had 
heard on tape. The Four Lads appeared during 
Summer School and rendered a fabulous per- 
formance of music and humor. As a close to 
Freshman Orientation, the New Journeymen pre- 
sented a program of folksinging. The Four 
Freshmen opened the 1964-65 Popular Enter- 
tainment Series with an evening of modern 
music before a very responsive audience. 




eature Variety of Talented Performers. 



Homecoming brought Ray Charles to the campus. The 
popular singer, who worked his way to the top against 
numerous odds, and his orchestra appeared in a packed 
Wright Auditorium and thrilled students with an evening 
of jazz. A standing ovation at the completion of his pro- 
gram marked him as one of the best received entertainers 
to appear here. The famous duo piano pair, Ferrante and 
Teicher, performed in February in Memorial Gymnasium. 
Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians, Josh White, and 
the Serendipity Singers came later in the school year and 
rounded out a quite successful and delightful run of light 
entertainment. 



;rrante and Teicher review selections for their 
cital at East Carolina. 





The popular Serendipity Singers share their vivacious spirit and talent with the 
student body. 




The Four Lads provide an enjoyable CT-ening for summer school students. 




Car tracks and footprints in the snow 
are evidence that campus activity stops 
for no reason. 



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The College Hill brigade makes a charge. 




This charming fellow temporarily rules over the campus. 



Wintertime transformed the campus into a lovely winter 
wonderland. Falling snow covered the ground with a 
blanket of white and provided an unusual background for 
social activity. Students took every opportunity to enjoy 
their new environment. Dressed in Eskimo-style, they de- 
lighted in friendly snowballing, molding the snow into 
statues, and taking quiet walks. Fun, of course, was 
often interrupted by an unwelcomed fall on the icy side- 
walks but was quickly resumed without a thought of the 
mishap. Rushing to classes in the snow was a unique ex- 
perience as students struggled to maintain a sure footing 
and stay out of the paths of others. In every activity, the 
atmosphere seemed to be that of sheer excitement. 



Snow Provides Unique Setting 
for Social Activity. 



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Holidays Send Students in Many Directions. 



Holidays provide an oppor- 
tunity to get away from the 
bustle of college, to relax, and 
to enjoy favorite pastimes. Days 
in advance students prepare for 
the holiday seasons. They adopt 
the life of the lazy and put 
their feet in the air. Summer- 
time leads them to nearby 
beaches, jobs, or mountain re- 
treats. They rejoin the outside 
world and leave behind a de- 
serted campus awaiting their 
return. 



Christmas brings a contagion of happ 










Student innovations change classic footv 
Holidays spread an emptiness over the campus. 






Brothers and their dates watch the folk singers during the hootenanny. 



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Fraternities join hands in observing Greek Week. 
In friendly competition on the athletic field each 
tries to excel physically. On the stage, brothers dis- 
play their dramatic ability. 



Some brothers revert to their childhoods during the sl<it night as others test th< 
agility in field day events. 



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Saturday afternoon liootenanny features several talented groups. 




Trophies as memoirs of talent are pre- 
sented the best in Greek union. Greet; Week 
is a time of competition, fellowship, and 
evaluation. 




Chip Cox- congratulates Sindy Dallas as he presents Phi Tau's senior scholarship 
trophy. 



observing Greek 

Week. 




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Dean Mallory, adviser to the Inter-Fraternity Council, awards Pi Kappa Phi pledge, 
Larry Phifer, the pledge scholarship trophy. 



Exci'femenf . . . 

Anticipation . . . Pep 

Rally . . . Big Date 

Gala Parties . . . Parade 

. . . Innaginative 

Floats . . . 

Ray Charles in 

Concert . . . Spirited 

Game . . . Touchdown . . . 

Victory . . . Happy 

East Carolinians 



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It's 10:30 and we still don't have the float together. 



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Lieutenjnt Governor-Elect, Robert Scott, crowns Linda Daniels 
1964 Homecoming Queen. 



Using "Meet the New 
ECC" as its theme, East 
Carolina celebrated its an- 
nual Homecoming in No- 
vember. Preparation of 
floats and decorations 
started weeks in advance. 
Formal activities began 
Wednesday with a bonfire 
and pep rally. The concert 
by Ray Charles, heard only 
by those lucky enough to 
get the much demanded 
tickets, highlighted the 
night of Friday, Novem- 
ber 13. 




Bonfire kindles pre-game excitement. 



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Ray Charles and his singers entertain a captivated audience of students. 




Well-rounded cheerleaders evoke student spirit. 



ariety. 



Saturday morning all efforts culminated in the 
Homecoming Parade featuring floats, Homecoming 
Queen candidates, and the Marching Pirates. After- 
noon activities centered around the football game, in 
which the Bucs came out victorious over Presbyterian 
49-8. Halftime brought the coronation of the 1964 
Homecoming Queen, Miss Linda Daniels. A dance 
Saturday night provided the grand finale to Home- 
coming 1964. 





Spirited fan cheers team. 




S.G.A. Forn 



The newly occupied S.G.A. offices are always open to welcome 
dubious students. 




Student Government Association serves as the coordinator between 
student body, faculty, and administration. Through S.G.A., students handle 
their budget, rules, and business matters. Offices are filled by campus 
elections which leave the running of the government to the student 
body. Divided into three parts, the Student Government resembles the 
federal system. 

This year a new constitution gave the senate a speaker whose new 
position lightens the load of the president. Foremost among the duties 
of the S.G.A. and its Budget Committee are the financial appropriations. 
This year's budget totaled over $165,000. 

Performers highlight every school year, and the Entertainment Com- 
mittees worked hard to insure that this year would be no exception. Ray 
Charles headlined the Homecoming celebration. Free movies on week- 
ends and foreign films once a month kept the students entertained during 
the year. From the Raduga Dancers to the Journeymen, the Fine Arts 
and Popular Entertainment Series offered something to suit everyone's 
taste. Drew Pearson and "Inside Castro's Cuba" headed the Lecture 
Series. 



Summer School Student Government 

During the summer sessions an entire new set of officers and repre- 
sentatives are elected to handle student business and affairs. Acting with 
the comparable functions and powers of the regular term body, the Sum- 
mer School S.G.A. carries on similar governmental activities on a 
smaller scale. 




xecutive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches. 




Jim Mahan 



Vice-President 
Eddie Greene 




Headed by a slate of fi\'e executive officers, elected by and from 
the entire student body, the executive branch of the Student Gov- 
ernment Association acts as the nucleus of the organization. Along 
with the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and His- 
torian, the Presidents of the four classes ser\'e in this branch. 

The exeaitive branch enforces laws and rules enacted by the 
Student Legislature. This body also represents the students of 
East Carolina College in dealings with students and admini- 
strations of other schools. 

Executive Branch 





Executive Council members debate and ponder over a proposed motion. 




Treasurer 
Berk Stephens 




Historian 
Linda Doub 




S.G.A. Hires First Full Time Employees. 




For the first year the student government has the services of a full-time 
secretary. Mrs. Margaret Stephens acts as a co-ordinator between the 
government and students when the officers are not there. Working closely 
with the secretary and treasurer of the S.G.A., Mrs. Stephens handles all 
correspondence and files maintenance. The general functioning of the 
office falls under her jurisdiction. She handles the distribution of identi- 
fication and activity cards and gives assistance in the Central Ticket Of- 
fice. The efficiency of the Student Government Office is aided greatly 
by the addition of this position. 



Staff Secretary 
Margaret Stephens 



All photography for the Student Government Association, the four 
student publications, and the East Carolina Playhouse is done by the 
college's first full-time, professional photographer, Joe Brannon. 

Mr. Brannon is charged with taking, developing, and distributing 
practically all photography used for public relations. He is a member 
of the Professional Photographers of North Carolina and has worked 
with Photp Arts Studio in Greenville. 






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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
Jim Mahan, seated; standing: Eddie Greene, Linda Doub, Ross Barber, Celia Orr, Berk Stephens, Bill Deal, Jim Kimsey, Bryan Bennett. 



Executive Committees 






External Affa 



Committee Chairman 
ill Peck 



Homecoming Committee Co-chairmen 
Bill Barfoot and Billi Stewart 



Ring Committee Chairman 
Eddie Greene 



Functioning in co-ordination with the three distinct 
branches of the Student Government Association are ten 
standing committees and several temporary committees. 
They are concerned with evaluating and solving problems 
regarding their respective fields of student activities. Com- 
posed chiefly of the student senators, the committees 
provide an opportunity for student participation in in- 
vestigation and research concerning campus related ac- 
tivities. 




Elections Committee Chairman 
Bob Kerlin 




Orientation Committee Chairmen 
Jane Mewbern and Celia Orr 




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Entertainment Committee Chairman 
Linda Killian 



Budget Committee Chairmen 

Berk Stephens; Eddie Greene, Henry Wallace, 

Bill Peck and Bill Deal. 




Legislative Branch 



Lawmaking in the Student Government Association rests in the hands 
of the Student Legislature. Four senators from each class along with day 
student and dormitory representatives compose this branch. 

Meeting weekly, the legislature makes rules and regulations applicable 
to the college student body. Aside from acting as a lawmaking organization, 
this body is in charge of making all monetary appropriations to extracur- 
ricular student activities. The legislature also governs all student elections 
and elects members of the Men's and Women's Honor Councils. 



Speaker of the House, Berk Stephens, presides over 
the legislature house. 





Louanne Kaylor contemplates the pro 
posed motion. 



Senators, Al Separk and Bob Kerlin confer on the legislation under 
debate. 



Before homecoming time, Billi 
Stewart and Jim Barefoot work dili- 
gently on preparations. 



Ambrose, Rauonda 
Bagwell, Tim 
Barber, Ross 
Bell, John 
Bennett, Bryan 



Biesecker, Ronda 
Brooks, Bonnie 

Brown, Maxine 
Caviness, Betty 
Conn, Mary 



Dalton, Pam 
Deal, Bill 
Denton, Aileen 
Dowdy, Ron 
England, Carolyn 



Frohman, Shirley 
Hendricks, Marjer}- 
Hedges, Jimmy 
Hunning, Gayle 
Jackson, Jan 



Joyner, Judith 
Kates, Larry 
Kaylor, Luanne 
Kthoe, Kay 
Kent, Lesley 



Kerlin, Bob 
Kimsey, Jim 
Lassiter, Martin 
Lecour, Bob 
Maddox, Bobbi 



Mewborn, Jane 
Mitchell, Luray 
Morris, Gayle 
Mumford, Ginny 
Paul, Pat 



Rice, Frank 
Ritter, Alan 
Sauerbier, Rosemary 
Separk, Al 
Stringer, Mike 



Swicegood, Linda 
Tugwell, Tuggy 
Waddill, Sandra 
Wallace, Henry 
Womom, Sam 




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Seated: Chairman Ron Dowdy. Vice-chai. 
man; Secretary, Tom Mangum. 



The Judiciary prepares for its next case. 



hAen's Judiciary 



In matters concerning disciplinar)' problems among male students, the 
Men's Judicial Council holds ruling priority if the particular case is not 
under jurisdiction ot the Inter-Dormitory Council or if it does not involve 
a possibility of suspension or expulsion. 

The Men's Judiciary has appellate jurisdiction in all appeals from the 
Inter-Dormitory Judicial Council. A student who is dissatisfied with the 
decision of the body may apply to the Appeals Board. 




Seated: Tom Mangum, Ron Dowdy, and Steve Sniteman. Standing 



Sam Wornom, Frank Welty, and Barry Blick. 



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Seated: Gail Morris, Barbara Mathews, Dianne Patrick, Bonnie Ward, Rose Gooch, Francis Gutyar, Dee Watkins, and Joan Powell. Standing: Brenda 
Jacobs, Aurora Rini, Olivia Pridgen, Evelyn Ferguson, Gayle Strickland, Judy Elliot, Lois Johanson, Jackie Coon, Jonibel Willis, Marilyn Miller, Joyce 
Oliver, Dianne Martin, Ann Neville, and Butch Dunn. 



Women's Judiciary 



Dealing with disciplinaty cases- of women students, the Women's 
Judicial Council receives any problem concerning a code whose infraction 
is not handled by the Women's House Councils or that may not involve 
suspension or expulsion. Appeals from the Women's Honor Council are 
also reviewed by this body. Any decision of the Women's Judicial Council 
may be taken before the Appeals Board. 





Chairman, Rose Gooch; secretary, Francis Gutyar; and chaplain, Bonnie Ward serve 
as officers. 




Attorney General clarifies point. 




Attorne)' General Eddie Barnes and staff: Duncan Sinclair, Dave Lord, and Rann 
Carpenter. 



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SealeJ: Bill Clark, Berk Stephens, Neil Linker, and Ted Day. St.iyiding: Much Stroud. Sam Keel, and Jerr>' Ainsfield. 



hAen's Honor Council 



In all cases involving falsifying of records or classroom decorum, infractions 
of the Honor Code, and possible suspension or expulsion of students, the 
Men's Honor Council has jurisdiction. 

The Men's Honor Council, acting only when seven members are present, 
reviews the cases referred to it by the faculty, staff, or any member of the stu- 
dent body or admiinstration. If the student is dissatisfied wih his sentence, he 
may appeal his case to the Appeals Board. 




Chairman Berk Stephens leads discussion of case being 
considered. 



Women's Honor Council 



The Women's Honor Council is composed of se\'en members and an 
alternate. Of these seven, four are juniors; and three are seniors. This coun- 
cil has jurisdiction over all violations of the Honor Code by women students 
and over any cases which are serious enough to warrant suspension or ex- 
pulsion of women students. 




Chairman Carole White works with her secretary Lesley 
Kent. 








Sealed: Carole White. Standing: Caol Joyner, Leslie Kent, Jean Allen, Louise Womble, Joyce Sigman, and Nancy Wilson. 





Ann Home is Attorney-General. 



Members of the Honor Council have mixed opinions. 



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Seated.- Eddie Greene. Standing: Dr. Tora Larsen, Bill Deal, Bryan Bennett, Celia Orr, and Dr. James Batten. Absent: Dr. Robert Williams. 



Appeals Board Is Highest Court. 




East Carolina Appeals Board is composed of three faculty mem- 
bers appointed by the president of the college and of four students, 
one of whom is the vice-president of the Student Government. 
The remaining three students are nominated by the Executive 
Council of the SGA and are approved by the Student Legislature. 

The Appeals Board accepts all appeals from the Judiciaries and 
Honor Councils if the appeals are based on the following reasons: 
1) The decision violates and overrides college policy or regula- 



policy or regulation which did 



The decision was based 

not apply. 

Evidence not available at the time of decision, but now 

available, would affect the decision itself. 

The case was initiated or conducted according to improper 

procedure. 

5) The decision embodies an inappropriate penalty. 

6) The decision was contrary to the weight of the weight of 
evidence. 

If the appeal is heard by the board, the decision is either upheld; 
or the case is retried and a new decision is rendered. The Appeals 
Board was organized this year and is the highest court in the Col- 
lege Judicial Branch. 



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4) 




/nfer-Dormifory Council 



IDC PRESIDENT 
Jerry Tolley 





IDC Executive Council Seated: Henry Taylor, Jerry Tolley, and John Coon. Standing: Charlie Har- 
rell, Jim Hammond and Dinky Mills. 



Representing the 1540 occupants who 
reside in the three men's dormitories, 
the IDC installs its officers and mem- 
bers during fall quarter. IDC officers 
are elected by the men of the dormitor- 
ies, and a member is elected as an offi- 
cer, and the remainder of the court is 
elected from the members of the IDC. 
The court has jurisdiction over all rules 
governing conduct in the dormitories 
and increases involving dormitory prop- 
erty. The IDC works for the betterment 
of the male students and provides social 
activities several times a year. 



The IDC Council meets every two weeks as a representative body to discussing the problems of 
the men who live on College Hill Drive. 



Sealed: Walt Rouse, Jim Ham.mond. and Bob 

LeCour. 

Standing: Charlie Harrell, Brad Price, and Bill 

Parrish. 





,/ Sandie Waddill, Mn 
. Dr. Frank Adams, Mr 



Antoinette Jenkins, Carol Joyner, Mrs. Mary Sorenson, Bobbie Eason, and Pam Hall. Stamiiiig: Dr. James Tucker, Dr. Robert 
Rudolf Alexander, Mr, Bob Myers, Dr. Lee Jenkins, Jim Mahan, Tom Moe, Robert Duncan, Henry Wallace, and Larry Brown. 



Publications Board 



To oversee the work of the tour student pubhcauons on campus 
is the primary function of the Pubhcations Board. The powers 
delegated to this group include letting contracts and selecting edi- 
tors for the BUCCANEER. THE EAST CAROLINIAN, THE 



KEY and the REBEL. Composing the publications Board are ad- 
ministrative officials, faculty publications advisers, student editors 
and business managers, and three members-at-large selected by the 
Student Legislature. 



The Key Guides Student Life. 




Designed as the only SGA publication to be entirely 
informative, the Key is used primarily as a guide for in- 
coming freshmen. A comprehensive reference, the Key 
explains all campus organizations and activities. The edi- 
tor of the annual publication is chosen each year during 
winter quarter. 




Gail Smith — chief typist. 



Co-Editors 
Sandie Waddill and Carol Joyner 



The REBEL 



REBEL STAFF 



Editor 

Associate Editor 

Business Manager 

Copy Editor 

Book Review Editor 

Typist 



Tom Speight 
Dwight Pearce 
Jan Coward 
Ann Barbee 
Robert Malone 
Margaret DeLong 




Business Manager 
Jan Coward 





On the walls inside a four-room labyrinth which comprises the Rebel 
office, are bits and pieces of the magazine's history including a certifi- 
cate from the Associated Collegiate Press, honoring the Rebel with an 
All-American rating. In their files is a letter of congratulations from 
Karl Shapiro. Behind the desks are a group of students haggling over 
minor grammatical points. 

The room, the history, the students are all part of the college's lit- 
erary magazine. Published quarterly, the Rebel includes selections of 
prose and poetry from students and faculty, book reviews, excerpts, and 
interviews with outstanding writers and artists. Funds for the publica- 
tion are provided by the Student Government Association; the editor is 
selected by the Publications Board. 

Fostering an interest in creative writing among students, the Rebel 
affords an opportunity to develop literary talents. A visitor once re- 
marked that he thought the reason students did not write better, if 
they wrote at all, was that they were too busy working for a degree, 
instead of getting an education. 




Arl Editor — Louis Jones 



The Buccaneer 



Editor 


Bobbie Eason 


Business Manager 


Henry Wallace 


Academics Editor 


Ina Fay Ipock 


Classes Editor 


Jimmy Young 


Features Editor 


Joyce Sigmon 


Organizations Editor 


Ritchie Steele 


Greek Editor 


Rowena Button 


Sports Editor 


Bill Moore 


Copy Editor 


Robert Duncan 





Copy must be typed and retyped and typed again. 



Bill Moore and Jimmy Young select photos for the sports section. 



Interest in publications and in capturing the year by year history of the college draws 
many students to the BUCCANEER office. At the start of the quarter, all staff members 
had separate jobs to perform; but by the time deadline had rushed upon them, they had 
done a little of everything. The finished product is not the individual efforts of four or 
five but the combined work of all members. At first the deadline seemed so far away, and 
they planned to start work that first weekend. Once they get started, they throw them- 
selves into the work; and with the help of other staff members and a few friends drafted 
from the dormitory, they met the first of many crises. 

Layout was a problem for those who were doing it for the first time. There were many 
rules they had to learn about preparation of copy; but with writers found with the help 
of the advisor, they mold ideas into smooth phrases. Section heads were busy seeing that 
each page was filled, and they glowed with pride and relief as their assigned page num- 
bers were marked off the board one by one. The campus photographer was kept busy 
filling last minute orders, and there was always one needed picture that could not be 
located in the rush. 

Once the pictures and copy were fitted on each layout page, there came the job of writ- 
ing headlines for the pages and cutlines for the pictures. Many little things took up the time 
schedule. Sometimes ideas would not come, or the typewriters were all busy. The staff 
waited for pictures to be made, and inevitably someone did not keep his appointment. 
Finally each frustration was surmounted and each deadline met. At last all the material 
was in. The first proofs were returned and corrected. Section by section, the book was 
sent back for final approval of the editor and returned to the printer for publication. 




Classes Editor draws countless layo 



Working with faculty proved interesting. 



Information is checked before the 
typing of the final copy. 





Fall Quarter 'Editor 




Summer School Editor 
Bill Peck 



"Get those headlines written — don't forget to take the copy to 
the printers — We have got exactly two minutes to get going, so 
let's move!" This series of exclamations is just a sample of the con- 
versation before deadline in the East Carolinian office. 

The staff published two papers a week this year. It attempted 
to make the East Carolinian a mouth-piece for student views and 
opinions. A liberal editorial policy was adopted so that everyone, 
rather than a select group, might have the opportunity to use his 
newspaper in the best way he saw fit. The staff urged the participa- 
tion of all and tried to make the East Carolinian a true representa- 
tion of the students and faculty on the campus. 

At times the staff thought it would never make those Tuesday 
and Sunday night deadlines. Sometimes members found themselves 
frustrated and depressed. They kept pushing against pressures, and 
somehow they always felt an inner pride on Tuesday and Friday 
afternoons when everyone reached for the latest edition of the 
paper. An appreciative campus made all their journalistic efforts 
more than worthwhile. 

The staff hopes that the college newspapers have contributed 
something to the students at East Carolina. Staff members have re- 
ceived tremendous benefit and satisfaction from the paper and 
hope others have also. 




Sports Editor speaks witii pride 
as his article made the front 
page. 



Joe Holleman and Bob Brown 
discuss ideas for a weekly col- 




The East Carolinian 



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EAST CAROLINIAN STAFF 


Ei///or 


Larry Brown Jr. 


Associate Editor 


Lynda Robbins 


Managing Editor 


E. P. Bishop 


Business Manager 


Pam Hall 


Editorial Editor 


Robert Brown 


News Editor 


Nellie Lee 


Layout Editor 


Becky Hobgood 


Greek Editor 


Amy Rooker 


Greek Editor 


Anita Zepul 


Sports Editor 


Ron Dowdy 


Features Editor 


Clara Katsias 


vertising Manager 


Pat Paul 


Proofreader 


Bobbi Rath 


Typist 


Gail Smith 


Photographer 


Joe Brannon 





Nellie Lee shows her staff how to begin a news story. 




BEAUTIES 76 

MARSHALS 84 

FACULTY CITATIONS 87 

WHO'S WHO 90 



POTLIGHT 





Achievement has earned for certain indi- 
viduals a place in the spotlight. Distinction 
in many areas — beaut)', scholarship, athletics, 
and pedagogy — is noted in the following 
section. 

Individual students and "faculty members 
have contributed much to East Carolina Col- 
lege. The Spotlight falls on those whose 
achievements have come through inspiration, 
talent, and concentrated effort. 



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Buccaneer Queen 
1965 



Chosen from a group of thirty campus beauties and sponsored 
by Kappa Alpha, Miss Celia Orr was selected to reign as the 
1965 Buccaneer Queen. Celia's poise, beauty, and personality 
won for her the choice of a panel of four judges at a tea at the 
home of Dr. Leo Jenkins. 

A junior from Falls Church, Virginia, Celia is a member of 
Chi Omega sorority and secretary of the Student Government. 
Her major is psychology. 



FIRST RUNNER-UP 



Ida Campen, sponsored by North Fletcher Dormitory, 
placed first nmner-up to the Buccaneer Queen. A transfer 
from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Ida is a 
junior, majoring in business education. She is a sister in Chi 
Omega sorority. Edenton is her hometown. 



SECOND RUNNER-UP 

Dona Wheless, sponsored by Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, 
placed second in the Buccaneer Queen judging. Dona, a fresh- 
man primary education major, comes from Louisburg. 





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Homecoming Queen 



Linda Daniels, sponsored by Theta Chi fraternity, won the 
vote of the student body to become the reigning Homecoming 
Queen. A senior majoring in elementary education, Linda also 
holds the title of White Bali Queen 1964. Linda's hometown 
is Durham. 




Miss Greenville 



sponsored by the local Jaycees, the Miss Greenville Pageant is judged 
on beauty, talent, poise, and personality. Possessing these qualities. 
Miss Fay Spencer represented Greenville at the Miss North Carolina 
Pageant in Raleigh. Fay was sponsored in the Miss Greenville Pageant 
by Sigma Sigma Sigma. She is a senior, primary education major from 
Columbia, N.C. 




Inter-Dormitory Queen 



Elected by popular \'ote of the men in Jones, Aycock, and Scott Dormitories, 
Miss Sue Brinn now holds the title of Inter-Dormitory Queen. A junior at East 
Carolina, Sue comes from Bath and is majoring in grammar education. 



Summer School Queen 



As a freshman at East Carolina College, Dona was chosen Summer School 
Queen by vote of the summer school student body. Cotten Hall was her sponsor. 




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Military Queen 



A senior from Coates, Miss Judy Elliott was elected by the Air Force Re- 
serve Officers Training Corp as Military Ball Queen. Judy, a social studies 
major, was sponsored by the Angel Flight. 



Interfraternity Queen 



Pat Robertson, sponsored by Chi Omega, was chosen Inter-Fraternity 
Queen by the Greek men on campus. A resident of Wilmington, Pat is 

now a junior at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. 





College Marshals 



Elected by the student body in the spring elections, sixteen 
college marshals serve as the official hostesses of the College. 
Each girl must have and maintain an honor roll average and 
clear student government record to be eligible. Beginning their 
duties at graduation exercises, they continue for one year. As 
hostesses, the marshals are seen smiling and helping at all col- 
lege sponsored activities. 

Chief marshal is chosen by the marshals to direct their 
activities along with the guidance of Miss Cynthia Menden- 
hall, College Union director. Gigi Guice was honored as the 
1965 Chief marshal. 



GIGI GUICE 

Chosen chief by vote of the marshals, Gigi is a senior from Greenville. She 
is a Pirate cheerleader, president of Alpha Delta Pi, and Student Government 
productions chairman. Gigi majors in political science. 





Participating in the June commencement activities, 
the marshals listen attentively to the graduation ad- 
dress. 



JEAN ALLEN 
From Farmville, Jean is majoring in English. 
Alpha Phi sorority. Women's Honor Council, and the 
Buccaneer are among her campus interests. Jean is a 
student writer for the News Bureau and will edit the 
1965 Key. 



CAROL JOYNER 

Co-editor of the 1964 Key, Carol is from Rocky 
Mount. This primary education major is a sister in 
Alpha Phi and a member of Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges. 
Carol's activities include Student Government work. 



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LYNDA HUNNING 
Presidencies of Kappa Delta sorority and of Women Day 
Students demands much of Lynda's time. Lynda is a senior in 
grammar education. Among her honors are Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges and North Caro- 
lina College Queen. 



GAYLE HUNNING 
Gayle a grammar education major, is from Greenville. She is a 
sister in Kappa Delta sorority and 'Women's Day Student senator. 



CAROL COMBS 

President of the Student National Education Association, Carol 

majors in primary education. This Delta Zeta sister is active in 

Tau Sigma and Kappa Delta Pi. Carol is listed in the Who's 

Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. 



Officiate as College Hostesses, 




DEEDEE LEONARD 
Nursing major DeeDee is a Student Nurse Association mem- 
ber. A sister in Alpha Delta Pi, DeeDee's interests include the 
Young Democrats Club. 

ANN DANIEL 
Ann is a sophomore co-ed from Greenville. A sister in Kappa 
Delta, she serves as Rush Chairman. Ann's major is biology. 



WANDA CALDWELL 
Wanda, a fall quarter graduate, teaches in the Farmville 
school system. At East Carolina, she was a ' 
Delta and the Marching Pirates. 



Sigma Tau 





Circle K members and marshals often share duties at college 





JOYCE SIGMON LOUISE WOMBLE 
Interior designing is the goal of . Majoring in English, Louise 

Joyce. From Roanoke, Virginia, Womble plans a teaching career, 

she is a member of the National This junior is a Student Govern- 

Society of Interior Designers. A ment class senator and Women's 

sister in Sigma Sigma Sigma, Joyce Honor Council member. An Alpha 

is Feature Editor of the Buccaneer Delta Pi sister, Louise has served 

and Women's Honor Council as Gotten Hall president, 
member. 

KAREN WHITE 
Karen is a home economics major. A senior, she is 
active in Phi Omicron and the North Carolina Home 
Economics Associations. Delta Zeta sister, Karen is 
listed in Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges. 

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CAROLYN WRIGHT 
President of Alpha Omicron Pi, 
Carolyn majors in history. Tau 
Sigma and Women's Recreation 
Association are among her inter- 
ests. 



GAYLE MORRIS 
This Alpha Phi sister majors in 
grammar education. Women's Ju- 
diciary and the Student Legislature 
are included in her interests. 




MAXINE BROWN 
President of Delta Zeta, Maxine Brown is a junior. 
She majors in primary' education and is a member of 
the Student National Education Association. Maxine 
serves in the Student Legislature. 



Gigi discusses InrtlK-oniinK ni.ir.sii.il assignments with Miss 
Hungerford, assistant director of College Union activities. 



Buccaneer Citations 



MR. EDGAR R. LOESSIN 

Success of East Carolina's Summer Theater is due largely to the efforts 
of its producer-director, Edgar R. Loessin. Since earning his Bachelor of 
Arts Degree from the University of North Carolina and a Master of Fine 
Arts Degree from Yale, Mr. Loessin has been involved in many theatrical 
productions. In New York, he was stage manager for a number of shows 
and was given a Ford Foundation grant as director-observer to Harold 
Clurman. Further directing experience was gained through summer stock. 

He is on the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Institute of Out- 
door Drama and has worked as director or assistant director of such out- 
door productions as "Horn in the West," "Unto These Hills," "Thunder 
on the River," and "Florida Aflame." At East Carolina, he is head of the 
Department of Speech and Drama. He directed the premiere performance of 
Carlisle Floyd's "Sojourner and Mollie Sinclair." 




DR. JEAN LO'WRY 

After service with the federal government in the office of price admiriistration 
and Federal Geological Survey, Dr. Jean Lowry worked with the 'Virginia 
Geological Survey. This experience was terminated by her entry into the teaching 
profession in 1958, when she joined the East Carolina faculty in the Depart- 
ment of Geography. In 1962-63 she was a visiting professor at the University of 
Concepcion in Chile. A graduate of Pennsylvania State, she received her Ph.D. 
from Yale in 1951. 

Interested in cave exploration, this traveled professor is a member of the Na- 
tional Speleological Society and has prepared over a dozen cave survey reports 
for them. She is a council member of the Association of American University 
Professors. 




DR. FRANCIS R. ADAMS, JR. 
Professor of English Dr. Francis R. Adams, Jr., has been at East 
Carolina since 1958. Formerly he has taught at Yale; American Uni- 
versity in 'Washington, D.C.; and the University of Maryland, where, 
he received his Masters and doctors degrees. On campus he has served 
as advisor to the Easi Carolinian, chairman of the Lecture Committee, 
and reviewer of the Summer Theater. He is president of the East 
Carolina Art Society and of the East' Carolma Chapter of the Associa- 
tion of American University Professors. A partial listing of his or- 
ganizational memberships include the College English Association, 
Modern Language Association, North Carolina Literary and Historical 
Association, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, American 
Studies Association, and the National Railway Historical Society. He 
writes a weekly column for the Daily Reflector in Greenville and is a 
staff book reviewer for the Richmond Times Dispatch. One of his 
articles has been published in the American Quarterly. 




Awarded for Outstanding 



DR. MIRIAM B. MOORE 
Dr. Miriam B. Moore taught at two Georgia colleges before she- took the position of 
East Carolina's Director of Home Economics. After receiving her Bachelor of Science and 
Master of Education Degrees from the University of Georgia, she went to Ohio State 
University for her Ph.D. She is a member of the North Carolina Council on Food and 
Nutrition; Omicron Nu and Phi Upsilon Omicron, both honorary societies in Home 
Economics; Kappa Delta Pi, honorary educational society; Delta Kappa Gamma, honorary 
society for women teachers; National and North Carolina Council on Family Relations; 
and both American and North Carolina Home Economics Associations. 




DR. JAMES POINDEXTER 
Between his Bachelor of Arts and Ph.D. Degrees from the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, Dr. James Poindexter obtained his Masters 
Degree from Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Before coming to 
East Carolina in 1951, the English professor taught at the University 
of North Carolina and Mississippi State College for Women. He is a 
member of Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Nu, the Shakespeare Association, 
and the Renaissance Society. He has served the college as advisor to 
the Circle K Club, Easl Carolinian, and the Buccaneer. He is also on 
the Lecture Committee. His publications include reviews and columns. 
Tennis and gardening occupy his time away from college duties. 




DR. RALPH NAPP 

Regarded as an expert on contemporary Germany, Dr. Ralph Napp has 
written numerous book reviews for the News and Observer, Raleigh, North 
Carolina. He has co-authored a human document on war and written an 
article on German students. A member of W^ho's Who in American Edu- 
cation in 1965, he is treasurer of the local Association of American Uni- 
versity Professors, chairman of the foreign film committee, and sociology 
representative of the President's Advisory Council. 

Duke University awarded him his Master of Education and Doctor of 
Education Degrees. Before taking the position of associate professor in 
East Carolina's Sociology Department, Dr. Napp taught at the United 
States Armed Forces Institute, United States Information Agency, Amerika 
Haus, and Interpreters College. All are located in Munich, Germany. He 
belongs to Kappa Delta Pi, American Sociological Association, and South- 
ern Sociological Association. 






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DR. H. DANIEL STILLWELL 

Evidence of Dr. H. Daniel Stillwell's enthusiasm in his field of Geography is 
the relief globe located in Joyner Library. Dr. Stillwell constructed the model, 
one of two in existence, singlehandedly. After earning Bachelors and Masters 
Degrees in forestry from Duke University, he studied geography at Oregon State 
and received a Ph.D. from Michigan State. The associate professor has taught 
at East Michigan and the University of Texas. He joined East Carolina's Geog- 
raphy Department in 1962. He has written articles on forestry and Brazil's Na- 
tional Parks. 

Enjoying athletics, this instructor likes mountain climbing, gymnastics, and 
sailing. He is on the athletic committee and has been co-advisor of gymnastics 
and sailing clubs. An advisor for Gamma Theta Upsilon, the honorary geogra- 
phy fraternity. Dr. Stillwell belongs to the North Carolina Academy of Science, 
Association of American Geographers, National Council for Geographic Educa- 
tion, National Parks Association, American Forestry Association, and the Na- 
tional Gymnastics Federation. He also serves the college as a member of the 
President's Advisorj' Council. 





MR. JERRY SUTHERLAND 

East Carolina's building expansion is planned and supervised for 
the most part by Mr. Jerry Sutherland, director of maintenance and 
operations. His responsibility is to oversee 120 workers in the area of 
school maintenance. His duties in operations consist of supervising 
present construction projects, meeting with architects concerning fu- 
ture construction plans, and looking ahead to the future needs of the 
college. 

Mr. Sutherland studied Civil Engineering at Texas A&M and grad- 
uated with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He spent three years at 
Lasalle University, Chicago, working toward an LLB Degree. At- 
tracted to outdoor life, he likes golf, hunting, and fishing. Member- 
ships include the Kiwanis Club and American Society of Civil Engi- 
neers. 



Contributions to College. 



DR. RICHARD C. TODD 

Professional basketball and high school coaching were part of the early experiences 
of Dr. Richard C. Todd. He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Educa- 
tion Degrees in his home state of Pennsylvania; the former at Millersville State Col- 
lege, the latter at Pennsylvania State University. His Ph.D. was awarded by Duke 
University, where he later taught in the History Department. Before joining the 
East Carolina faculty in 1950, Dr. Todd taught at High Point College. In keeping 
with his interest in history, the professor is a member of North Carolina Literary 
and Historical Society and the Southern Historical Association. He has held many 
offices in Phi Sigma Pi, honorary professional fraternity, including his present posi- 
tion as National Vice-President. His book, Confederate Finance, won the Mrs. Simon 
Baruch University Prize in American History in 1954; it was also placed on the 
Publisher's List of the 100 Best Books published in 1954-55. Listed in \V''ho's Who 
in the South and Southwest and Who's Who in American Education, the noted 
scholar is Chairman of the History Honors Program and Chairman of the Entertain- 
ment Committee. 



Who^s Who Among Students in Americat 




RICHARD CARLION BARNK.s 
Co-captain of the Pirates winning baseball team for two years, Carlton 
was named to all North State Conference in 1962 and All-State in 
1963. He belongs to the Physical Education Majors Club. While serving 
as secretary of Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity and taking an active 
lead as a member of the board of directors of the Circle K Club, Carl- 
ton has maintained an overall scholastic average of 2.86. Ranking fifth 
in scholastic averages, he plans to enter graduate school or the teaching 
profession. 



To recognize the outstanding college students on a national 
b.isis, W/jo'i Who Amnii;^ Students in American Universities 
and Colleges was initiated thirty years ago. An annual direc- 
tory of distinguished students throughout America, the first 
publication came into print for the school year 1934-35. 

Nominating committees consider the student's scholarship, 
leadership, and co-operation in educational and extracurricular 
activities, general citizenship, and promise of future useful- 
ness. After the student is officially recommended from the col- 
lege or university, he must be accepted by the organization of 
Who's W^ho. James Tucker, Dean of Student Affairs, released 
the East Carolina recipients November 27. 




RICHARD WHITFIELD BASS 
Active in many phases of campus life, Whitty serves as president of the Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. Historian-editor of Phi Epsilon Kappa, honorary physical education frater- 
nity, junior class senator, and Sergeant-at-Arms of Kappa Alpha are among the offices which 
he has held. In athletics this senior is a member of the varsity track and football teams. He 
has served as captain of the track team as well as received its Most Valuable Award for two 
consecutive years. He holds the college record in the 440 and 880 yard runs. Membership in 
Circle K Club, Men's Glee Club, and the State Student Legislature completes his impressive 
record. An English major and history minor, Richard plans to attend graduate school and 
hopes to qualify for the 1968 Olympics. 




BR^'AN L. BENNETT 
Majoring in history and minoring in speech, Bryan has beei 



prominent in Student Government work for the past four years 
Bryan's talents have been used as an asset of the Executive Coun 
cil. He was elected junior class president and senior class presi 
dent. He has also served as House Council appeals judge, Cird 
K president, and Lieutenant Governor of Carolinas DistricI 
member of Campus Coordination of the National Students Assc 
elation, and the Dean's Advisory Council. An active brother ii 
Theta Chi, he has also participated in the activities of the Varsit 
cheerleaders and the Marching Pirates. A cadet Major in th 
AFROTC, Bryan plans to attend Flight School after graduatior 



niversities and Colleges . . . 





JUANITA FAYE BOWMAN 

Majoring in primary' education, Faye has distinguished herself in student educational 
organizations on the college campus. Faye has served as both president and vice-president 
of the Association for Childhood Education and is a member of the Student National 
Education Association. In addition to her contributions to educational groups, she has been 
active in Sigma Tau Sigma, honorary tutoring society. She has also served on her dormi- 
tory house council. 



DAVID THOMAS BUMGARNER 
One of the most outstanding football players of East Carolina's 
victorious Tangerine Bowl Team. Dave has been an asset to the 
college. A physical education major and social studies minor, 
Dave has chosen a teaching profession as his career. Serving as 
president of his honorary fraternity. Phi Epsilon Kappa, Dave is 
Pirate gridiron co-captain. He is a member of the Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 



CAROL ANN COMBS 
Carol, a primary education ma- 
jor, is a member of Delta Zeta 
sorority. Association of Childhood 
Education, Young Democrats 
Club, and the Dean's Advisory 
Council. She is president of the 
Student National Education Asso- 
ciation and College Marshal. Be- 
ing on the Dean's List and on the 
AH A's List has earned her mem- 
bership in Kappa Delta Pi and Tau 
Sigma, educational honorary so- 
cieties. Carol plans to attend grad- 
uate school at the University of 
North Carolina. 






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GILBERT WILLIAM CRIPPEN 
Majoring in geography, Gil plans to attend graduate 
school and teach after graduation. At East Carolina, he has 
been active in the Cosmopolitan Club, Gamma Theta 
Upsilon, Sigma Tau Sigma, Phi Sigma Pi, and the Young 
Democrats Club. Gil has also served on Inter-Dormitory 
Council and as assistant editor of "Tiger", the AFROTC 
paper. 




FAYE MARIE CREEGAN 
Faye majors in social studies with a minor in English. She served 
as both president and pledge chairman of Tau Sigma, and belongs to 
Kappa Delta Pi, honorary fraternitj'. Young Democrats Club, Philoso- 
phy Club and Student National Education Association. The first recipi- 
ent of the Honor's Scholarship in the history- curriculum, Faye has 
a Dean's List average. Plans for her future include a Master's Degree 
and a teaching career. 

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THEODORE MALCOLM DAY 
Ted is majoring in Physical Education. He 
is a member of the Men's Honor Council, co- 
captain of the football Pirates, and a mem- 
ber of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. 
He enjoys hunting, fishing, and watching 
football games. 



LINDA GRAY DOUB 
Teaching or working with the National 
Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta is Linda's pro- 
fessional goal. Sorority activities are the key- 
note to' her outstanding record. She has 
served Alpha Xi as Panhellenic representa- 
tive, membership chairman, and recording 
secretary. Linda also sened as campus Pan- 
hellenic president. Active in the Home 
Economics Club, she has worked as Historian 
of the Student Government, Junior class 
senator, and Homecoming Program Chair- 
man. This Dean's Advisory Council mem- 
ber and secretary of Ragsdale Hall was chos- 
en Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Tau. 




Thirty-Si: 



DAVID WILLIAM DAVIS 
Restoring antique furniture, David displays his in- 
dustrial arts proficiency. He is a member of Epsilon 
Pi Tau honorary fraternity for industrial arts majors. 
As president of the Industrial Arts Club, David be- 
longs to the Dean's Advisory Council. 




ROBERTA ANNE EASON 
Editor of the 1965 Buccaneer, Bobbie is a member of the 
Dean's Advisory Council and the Publication Board. She also 
edited the 1964 yearbook sports section. 'With a double major 
in Art, she is a member of Delta Phi Delta national honorar)- 
art fraternity, and the National Society of Interior Designers. 
Bobbie is a sister in Alpha Phi Sorority, which she has served as 
rush chairman. Maintaining an Honor Roll average, she plans 
to teach art in public schools. 



::oXD E. FORNES 
i.iaincui.mes .inu pnuMcs are Ka)mond's main interests. Raymond has been president 
of Phi Sigma Pi; president and vice-president of the Mathematics club; treasurer of Chi 
Beta Phi, honorary scientific fraternity; and a member of the Dean's Advisory Council. 
Raymond plans to do graduate work in physics. 





CATHERINE ROSE GOOCH 
A primary education major. Rose actively participates in the Student 
Government, the Association for Childhood Education, and the Stu- 
dent National Education Association. Rose is president of Women'' 
Judiciary and Jarvis Hall and vice-president of Garrett Dormitory. 
Horseback riding and water skiing are among her hobbies. Rose has 
chosen teaching as her profession. 



eniors Honored. 



BETTE JO GASKINS 

Talented Bette Jo has distinguished herself in 
the field of music. Specializing in Piano, Bette Jo 
has performed as soloist with the College Orches- 
tra Concerto Program. She has also sung with the 
College Concert Choir. A member of Sigma Alpha 
Iota, honorary professional music fraternity for 
women, she has served as first vice-president and 
pianist. Bette Jo was selected to the honors pro- 
gram in the School of Music. Future plans in- 
clude a master's degree and a teaching career. 





HENRY HARSCH 

Commercial art is Henry's chosen profes- 
sion. An Honor Roll and Dean's List student, 
Henry serves Delta Phi Delta, honorary art 
fraternity, as president. He is a member of 
Phi Sigma Pi, the Dean's Advisory Council 
and Art Club. Future plans for Henry include 
work on a Master of Science Degree. 





WALTER LOUIS JONES, JR. 
Art editor of the Rebel, Louis is affiliated with Delta Phi Delta, honorary art fraternity, 
and Phi Sigma Pi. With an Honor Roll average, Louis' immediate plans are to attend grad- 
uate school. 



LYNDA RHUE HUNNING 
North Carolina College Queen, Lynda is a grammar 
education major. At East Carolina, she has become 
associated with many activies: member of Sigma Tau 
Sigma, Dean's Advisory Councilman, president of 
Women Day Students, College Marshal, Panhellenic 
corresponding secretary, and president of Kappa Delta 
sorority. Lynda plans to teach the fifth grade. 





DAVID WILTON McLAWHORN 

Outstanding in mathematics and physics, Davis won t 
Mathematics Achievement Award in 1962. Campus life f 
David include Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, in which he serv 
as secretary, and AFROTC, in which he received t 
Academic Star, Reserve Officers Association Medal, Coi 
petitive Drill Award, Chicago Tribune Award, and "D 
finguished Cadet" Award. David's plans for the immedi: 
future include the Air Force and a study of meteorology 
Pennsylvania State University. 



CAROl \\\ JOYNER 
Carol will have much to offer the third grade she plans to teach after 
graduation. She has been active as a student counselor, member of the 
Women's Judiciary, Honor Council Alternate, and a College Marshal. She 
has been a staff member of the East Carolinian, the Buccaneer, and co- 
editor of the Key. A sister in Alpha Phi, she has served as vice-president 
and chairman of philanthrophy. An Honor Roll and Dean's List student, 
Carol served on the budget committee of the Student Government. 



Thirty-First Editia 




SHELBY McINTYRE KILPATRICK 

Vice-president and president of the Home Economics Club, Shelby is a member 

Phi Omicron, Home economics honorary; Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary soci( 

and the Student National Education Association. Sewing and reading are her hobb 

Shelby plans to teach in the public schools upon gradu 



CLARENCE HARLAN McCASKILL, JR. 
Harlan majors in Business. At East Carolina, he has been a member 
of Phi Beta Lambda, Student National Education Association, and the 
Young Democrats Club. His hobbies include piano and clarinet. He plans 
94 to teach in the North Carolina Public Schools. 




SAMUEL AIMAN KEEL 
Work toward a Masters Degree in History at East Carolina College 
Graduate School is Sam's immediate goal. Sam majors in social studies 
and minors in geography. A brother in Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, he 
served the organization as house manager and vice-president. On men's 
Judiciary he has been chairman and vice-chairman: he is secretary of 
LF.C. and editor of the Greek Courier. This Honor Roll student is 
also a member of Semper Fidelis, Student National Education Associa- 
tion, and the Men's Glee Club. Sam also enjoys golf and tennis. 




LINDA ELIZABETH KILLIAN 

Chief cheerleader of the Pirates, Linda is a sister of Sigma Sigma Sigma, 
which she has served as president and sentinel. A mathematics major and sci- 
ence minor, she belongs to Chi Beta Phi, honorary science fraternity. Her other 
roles are College Marshal, chairman of th Student Government Entertainment 
Committee, Day Student senator, and member of the Associated Arts Board and 
the Dean's Advisory Council. 



F Annual Directory . 




BERKLEY MOORE-STEPHENS, JR. 
Physical education is Berk's major. A brother of Theta Chi 
Fraternity, he has been librarian, athletic director and assistant 
treasurer. Berk has held many campus offices: sophomore class 
president, treasurer of the Student Government Association, HonOr 
Council Chairman, Budget Committee Chairman, Constitutional 
Revisions Committee Chairman, Elections Committee Chairman 
and sports editor of the East Carolinian. He has served as a mem- 
ber of the Varsity baseball team, as Day Student Representative, 
and as Speaker of the House of Representatives of the North Caro- 
lina State Student Legislature. Berk has been a member of the Stu- 
dent Government Executive Council, Dean's Advisory Council, 
Associated Arts Committee, and Ring Committee. He received the 
SGA Outstanding Service Award during Summer school, 1964. 



ROBERT PLATO MILLER, JR. 

With business administration as his major. Bob plans to go into 
industrial sales or finance. He has served as president and vice-presi- 
dent of the campus Circle K Club and Governor of the Carolina Dis- 
trict of Circle K International. Attorney General of the Men's Honor 
Council, member of the Young Democrats Club, and assistant resident 
counselor for Aycock Hall complete this active senior's roles. 




Six States and Fifteen Colleges 




BILLI KATHRYN STEWART 
Commercial art is Billi's professional goal. She belongs to Delta Phi 
Delta, honorary art fraternity, and the National Society of Interior De- 
signers.-A sister in Delta Zeta sorority, Billi is vice-president of the Col- 
lege Union and has served as its reporter. She has been co-chairman of the 
Student Government Special Projects Committee and a College Marshal. 
Billi enjoys both music and painting. 





HERMAN RAY STEVENS 
Fall quarter graduation ended Ray's college days. Majoring in social sutd 
he was a member of the Men's Honor Council, a Student Government c 
senator for two years, and Interdormitory Council representative and vice-pr 
dent. Ray was a varsity swimmer, vice-president of Circle K Club, and brot 
in Kappa Alpha Order. An officer of the Buccaneer Sports Car Club, he enj 
skiing, sports cars, and racing. 




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JERRY RUSSELL TOLLEY 
"A" for Athlete is personified by Jerry who is a physical edu- 
cation major. Jerry has been a member of the winning football 
squad and served as defensive captain. Active in men's govern- 
ment on campus, he is serving as Inter-Dormitory Council presi- 
dent and a member of the Honor Council. His interests include 
fellowship of Christian Athletes, the track team. Kappa Alpha 
Order, and the Student Legislature. 



NOEL HOUSTON TISDALE 
Versatile is the word for Noel. A philosophy and psychology major, he has b 
active in the East Carolina Playhouse and the College Union, where he has served 
Fine Arts Chairman. He has been Phi Sigma Pi reporter, president and vice-presid 
of the Psychology Club, and a member of the Philosophy Club. Noel plans to er 
graduate school to prepare for a teaching and research career in psychology. 



Curriculums Represented. 




SANDRA GARY WADDILL 

Recipient of the Buccaneer Service Award in 1962, Sandree has been active in campus publications as co-editor of 

the 1964 Key, Greek editor of the Buccaneer, and a member of the Publications Board. She has served Alpha _ Phi 

sorority as marshal and historian. Sandree has been a Day Student senator and a member of the Dean's Advisory 

Council. Upon graduation, she hopes to teach art and work with retarded children. 




PATRICIA JANE WEAVER 
China painting and jewelry making are among Pat's hobbies. At 
East Carolina, Pat has served as College Union President and Col- 
lege Student Nurses' Association President. A member of the 
Student Army Nurse Program, Patricia plans a career in the Nursing 
Corps. 



WILLIAM HENRY WALLACE, JR. 

Majoring in Business Administration, Henry is Business Manager 
of the 1965 Buccaneer and member of the Publications Board. A Phi 
Kappa Tau brother, he has been active as house manager and 
fraternal executive councilman. In the Student Legislature, Henry 
is a Day Student senator and a member of the Budget Committee. 
This senior belongs to the Society for Advancement of Management. 




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Who's Who, 7965. 





BOBBY JULEAN WARD 
Biology is Bobby's major. He has served as president of the Science Club 
and Chi Beta Phi, honorary fraternity. He also is a member of Sigma Tau 
Sigma, student tutoring society; The Young Democrats Club; and the Dean's 
Advisory Council. Reading, coin collecting, and stamp collecting are among 
his hobbies. Bobby plans to attend graduate school. 



KAREN FAYE >}vHllL 
This Delta Zeta social chairman and fraternity sweet- 
heart was chosen Greek Queen in 1963. Majoring in home 
economics, Karen is a member of Phi Omicron, honorary 
home economics fraternity, and the North Carolina Home 
Economics Association. During two years as a College 
Marshal, she has maintained an Honor Roll average. 
Teaching or a business career is Karen's future plan. 



HERBERT DUFFY -WILLIAMS 
College teaching is Herb's professional goal. He majors 
in sociology and minors in psychology. Outstanding in his 
fields. Herb is president of the Sociology Club and a member 
of the Psychology Club and Chi Beta Phi, honorary scientific 
fraternity. He is serving as vice-president of Phi Sigma Pi, 
honorary fraternity; and he belongs to Sigma Tau Sigma, stu- 
dent tutoring society. 





ATHLETICS 



Admission of East Carolina College into the Southern Con- 
ference this year illustrates the increasingly dominant role played 
by athletics on our campus. This advancement not only brings 
prestige and status, but also represents the attainment and ex- 
tension of the higher ideals of athletics. The football Pirates, 
who represent their school well both on and off the field, are 
:in example of the growth of these ideals. Along with the de- 
velopment of ideals there has been an expansion in equipment 
and facilities. Visiting track teams will be welcomed to a new 
track, and shells have arrived in preparation for the organiza- 
tion of a rowing team. 



An interest in collegiate athletics is an immeasurable asset 
to the completion of a well-rounded education. Participants learn 
to work effectively with their peers, to be proud in defeat, to 
be humble in victory, and to display all the attributes of good 
sportsmanship. Non-participants are unified in their support of 
a single group toward a definite goal. Of secondary importance 
is the entertainment provided by attendance at athletic functions. 
Serving as one of the most dominating of extracurricular activi- 
ties, athletics at East Carolina College is the link between stu- 
dent body, administration, and community. 




Front Row: R. Lewis, J. Tolley J. Onup, W. Bass, B. Cline, D. Mills, D. 
Bumgarner, T. Day, N. Swindell, J. Crew, J. Leftwich, S. Viverette, N. 
Linker. Second Row: C. McCrae, W. Bostic, C. Quinn, D. Alexander, B. 
McPhaul, L. Goforth, P. Kriz, J. Foley, C. Brown, J. Andrews. Third Row: 



H. Glaettli, J. Stay, P. Crane, L BuUard, M. Cannon, H. Brant, R. 
Ellis, J. Brennen, C. Grimes, R. Odom. Fourth Row: B. Ryan, S. Duke, 
L. Cobb, W. Collins, G. Richardson, S. Cooke, F. Gatlin, F. Cox, C. Forbes. 
Managers: M. Scruggs, B. Dickens. 



Fighting Pirates 

Compile 9-7 

Record for Season. 



Coached by Clarence Stasavich and his staff, the 1964 
football Pirates compiled their second straight 9-1 season. 
The only loss came at the hands of Southern Conference 
foe, Richmond. 

There were many stars for the Bucs this year. Bill 
Cline unofficially led the Southern Conference in total 
offense with 1574 yards and was elected to the 1964 Little 
All-America team. Dave Alexander set a school scoring 
record with 96 points and led the team in rushing with 
895 yards. Team captain Ted Day, Jerry Tolley, and Har- 
old Glaettli are just three of the many defensive stalwarts 
who were so important to this year's success. 

Highlighting the season was the invitation to play in the 
Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida, and the ultimate 
victory over the Redmen of the University of Massachu- 
setts. It was the well deserved' end to a hard fought sea- 
son. 



Coach Stasavich, Swindell, and Linker watch play from the sidelines. 




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ECC Scalps Indians 25-0. 

Overcoming a slow start, the Pirates caught fire late in the first 
quarter and continued to roll over Catawba for their first win 
of the season. The home crowd watched as the stout Pirate de- 
fense allowed the Indians to come no closer than the 37 yard 
line, while the rampaging offense collected 25 points. 

George Richardson got the Bucs moving, completing six of 
eight passes after they had stalled on their first four possessions. 
The first ECC score came on a one-yard plunge by Dave Alex- 
ander. Wallace Collins' extra point made it 7-0. Early in the second 
quarter, following a 44-yard pass from Richardson to Anderson, 
Alexander swept end and scored again. Late in the first half, 
Dave Bumgarner hauled in a 4 yard aerial in the end zone for the 
third tally of the half. 

With substitutions used liberally in the second half, the Pirates 
scored once more shortly after Pete Crane recovered a fumble on 
the Catawba 38. Six plays later Richardson added the final six 
points to the Buc total. 

I.D.C. 

Player Of The Week 

GEORGE RICHARDSON 




A would be tackier closes in as Cline tries to swing wide. 



Pirates Meet Success in First Two Games, 

Pirates Buff Rams 33-7, 



Outstanding defensive play, along with the running 
and passing of Dave Alexander and Bill Cline, sparked 
a 33-7 Pirate victory over the West Chester Rams at 
West Chester, Pennsylvania. Cline and Alexander claimed 
two tallies each and Dinky Mills added one to assure the 
Bucs of their second win of the season. 

Returning in the second half with a 13-7 lead, the Bucs 
broke it open as Dinky Mills took an aerial and scam- 
pered into the end zone. Later in the game, Alexander col- 
lected two more touchdowns, both from four yards out, 
to end the scoring. 



I.D.C. 

Player Of The Week 

DAVE ALEXANDER 





Richardson throws a long pass downfield. 



LD.C. 

Player Of The Week 

BILL CLINE 



ECC Edges Howard 37-20, 



Pulling from behind in the final period, the Pirate gridders squeaked by a strong 
Howard eleven, 31-20, before an enthusiastic home crowd. . 

Capitalizing on two Pirate fumbles, the visitors from Alabama scored twice before 
the Bucs could present an offensive threat. Fullback, Dave Alexander, then set up 
the first ECC score with a 45-yard gallop late in the second quarter. 

East Carolina scored three times in the second half. The first came on a 41- 
yard heave from Cline to Bumgarner and the second on a 24-yard Cline to Mills 
aerial. Capping the scoring for the evening was a 93-yard jaunt by Alexander. 




East Carolina Blanks Terriers 27-0, 




Halting an early Wofford threat, the visiting Pirates 
rolled over a staunch Terrier team 21-0. 

An early field goal attempt by Wofford sailed wide 
and from the ECC 20 Bill Cline led the team to their 
first score. Speedy Dinky Mills on the receiving end 
of a 40-yard pass and an interference penalty moved the 
Pirates to the Terrier 21. Blocking back Norman 
Swindell then pulled in a pass moving the ball to the 
13. Alexander, stopped at the line of scrimmage, lat- 
eraled to Cline who carried to the 3. On the next play, 
Cline scored and Bumgarner added the point after. 

Punting later in the half to ECC, Wofford couldn't 
stop the powerful running of Alexander who drove 
most of the way for the second Pirate touchdown. 
Cline contributed a two-point conversion and the half- 
time score was 15-0. 

Six more points were added to the total in the sec- 
ond half with Swindell pulling down Cline's toss for 
the final score. 



I.D.C. 
layer Of The Week 
TED DAY 



Jerry ToUey discusses the Lenoir 
Rhyne offense with a teammate on 
the bench. 




Traditional Rival Lenoir Rhyne Bows 33-14, 



Traditional rival, Lenoir Rhyne, became the fourteenth straight 
victim of the potent Pirate attack as the Bugs posted a 33-14 margin 
over the Bears on their home field. LR tallied first on Campbell's 
75-yard punt return. 

Held scoreless in the first quarter, ECC started moving in the 
second period. On the second play of the quarter, a 35-yard pass 
was completed to Dave Bumgarner for the touchdown. Peter 
Kriz kicked the point after. 

Fourteen more points were added in the first half as Cline 
scampered 44 yards for one score and Alexander went in from 
the 15 for another. Kriz supplied both extra points. 

Second half action was fast and furious. Alexander turned in 
an exciting run when he scored from the 20 carrying Bear tacklers 
with him. An interception in the end zone by Jerry Tolley halted 
another LR threat and set up a 65-yard scoring run to complete 
the action. 



I.D.C. 

Player Of The Week 

JOHNNY ANDERSON 




After each football game, the Inter-Dormitory Council at East Carolina 
College presents the "Player of the Week" award to the outstanding per- 
former in that week's game. Here, Johnny Anderson receives his award for his 
role in the East Carolina-Lenoir Rhyne game. 



103 



Richmond Snaps 

Pirate Win 

Sfreak at 14. 



After thirteen fine games, the Buccaneers 
went down at the hands of the Spiders of Rich- 
mond. Spectators numbering 13,000 turned out 
in cold weather to watch as a strong Pirate at- 
tempt fell short and hopes for a perfect season 
were ruined 22-20. 

Taking advantage of a fumble on the ECC 
three yard line, the Spiders scored seven points 
during the first three minutes. The Bucs retali- 
ated, however, when Dave Alexander picked off 
a Richmond pass and returned it 31 yards for 
a touchdown. The next three scores were all 
Richmond. A safety and two touchdowns ac- 
counted for 15 points and a 22-6 halftime lead. 

Fighting back in the second half, the Pirates 
drove 56 yards for one tally and drove 39 yards 
in two plays for another. Alexander scored 
both times, but the two-point conversion efforts 
were unsuccessful. 





No words are necessary as the scoreboard silently tells the story of the game. 



I.D.C. 
Player Of The Week 
DAVE BUMGARNER 



Contemplating the loss, Coach Stasavich walks toward 
the dressing room. 



Dave Alexander receives a world of encourage- 
ment from a friend on the sidelines. 




I.D.C. 

Player Of The Week 

DINKY MILLS 





Touchdown, East Carolina! Pirate followers saw this sign many times during the sea- 



Faking out a defender, Cline moves for 
valuable yardage. 



Furman^s Purple Paladins Fall to Bucs 34-13, 




Alexander Sets School Scoring Record. 

Homecoming was spoiled for Furman students when the Pirates appeared in Greenville, 
South Carolina, and defeated the Paladins 34-13. In this game, Dave Alexander, hard 
charging Buc fullback, surpassed the ECC single season scoring record by collecting his 78th 
point. 

Furman tallied first, marching 78 yards after an ECC punt. Sammy Wyche, who passed for 
■lO yards in the drive, threw five yards to Tim Crawford for the score. Brownie Cordell 
added the extra point. On the first series of downs following Furman's kickoff, Dinky 
Mills nabbed a pass from the 26 and took it all the way. Peter Kriz booted the point after. 
Regaining possession, the Pirates scored again in seven plays as Norman Swindell took a 
pass for the final five yards and the score. 

Jerry Tolley intercepted a Paladin aerial in the second quarter and returned it to their 46. 
On second down, Alexander moved the ball to the two on the next play he carried again for 
the score. 

Near the end of the first half, Furman attempted a field goal, but tackle Mitchell Cannon 
broke through and blocked it. From their own 41, the Pirates drove toward another touchdown. 
With one minute remaining on the clock, Cline scored from eight yards out. 

In the second half, after the regulars scored six more points, the second and third teams 
took over and did an admirable job, holding the Paladins to only one score. That came as Bob 
Stillwell threw to Tommy Rhoads on a fake field goal from the Buc 18. 



105 



The Pirates scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to take a 19-10 
triumph from the Bulldogs of Citadel at Charleston, South Carolina. 

The Bus marched 68 yards on their first drive, terminating with Jerry 
Tolley scoring on a 14-yard pass. Kriz's conversion gave ECC a 7-0 lead. 

Midway through the second quarter the Bulldogs opened up a sus- 
tained 81-yard drive, capped by a 23-yard toss to wingback Jim Parder. 
The teams went to the dressing room at the half with the score tied at 
7-7. 

Coming back in the third quarter, Citadel collected three points on 
Pat Greene's field goal, following a 40-yard punt return. 

ECC wrapped it up scoring twice. Starting on their 43, the Pirates went 
all the way with Norman Swindell receiving a 12-yarder from Cline for 
the tally. With Cline setting up the score on a 51 -yard sprint to the Citadel 
29, the Bucs again marched to pay dirt. George Richardson took over 
from one yard out. 




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first down. 



Bucs Bulldoze Bulldogs For 79-70 Win. 




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According to their facial expressions, the Pirates seem to have everj'thing unde 




Mike Love, Citidel back, is brought down from 
behind by a Buc defender. 



Defensive back Jerry Tolley rushes in for the stop after 
a Bulldog reception. 



I.D.C. 
Player Of The Week 
MITCHELL CANNON 





l.D.C. 

Player Of The Week 

JERRY TOLLEY 



The "Stasavich Single Wing" again provides Pirate tailbaclc with running room. 

Pirates Run Over Blue Hose 49-8. 




In appreciation of his contribution to East Carolina Col 
athletics, the Century Club presented Coach Clarence St 
vich with a 1965 automobile. 




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All-important statistics are recorded by ECC's John Canup. 




rushing off a Blue Hose tackier, Jerry Tolley sprints for yardage in the homecoming game. 



Cline breaks up the middle against Presbyterian 



Alexander Scores Four 
In ECC Win Over Presbyterian. 

Closing the season against Presbyterian, East Carolina 
crushed the visitors 49-8 before a homecoming crowd of 
14,322. 

Late in the first quarter, Bill Cline rolled around right 
end for six yards and the first Buc touchdown. Jerry 
Tolley swept right end for the two-point conversion. In 
the second quarter, Dave Alexander scored twice within 
three minutes as the Pirates started to display the powerful 
singlewing offense The first tally was a 3-yard plunge 
up the middle and the second was an 8-yard brust over 
left tackle. Peter Kriz added both extra points. Com- 
pleting the first half scoring, Dave Bumgarner grabbed 
a 33-yard pass to give the Bucs a 28-0 lead. 

The lone Presbyterian score came on a 57-yard drive 
following a recovered fumble on their 43. Richard Reed 
accounted for the six points when he hauled in a 34-yard 
aerial from Jack Nix. The same pair combined for the 
two-point conversion. 

ECC came back as Cline teamed with Johnny Ander- 
son for an 18-yard touchdown toss. Kriz added the point 
after. Harold Glaettli then halted a Blue Hose drive when 
he intercepted a Nix throw and returned it 46 yards 
for another tally. Again Kriz booted the extra point. 
Wrapping up the scoring, Alexander hammered his 
way over from one yard out late in the fourth quarter. 
Kriz added his fifth extra point of the game. 





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point conversion won the game. 



edmen 14-13 in Bowl Triumph. 




Refusing to fold after a frustrating first half, a stub- 
born East Carolina team came from behind in the second 
half to defeat a powerful Massachusetts eleven 14-13 in 
the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, Florida. 

Three fumbles and a pass interception hindered the 
Bucs in the first half while Jerry Whelchel directed his 
team to a 7-0 half time lead. The score came on a 12-yard 
pass to Redman end. Whelchel converted. 

In the third quarter, the Redmen added to their lead 
as Whelchel again teamed with Palm for 61 yards 
and six points. This time Whelcel missed the point after. 

The Pirates started moving only minutes later. Jar- 
ring blocks and hard running moved ECC to the Massa- 
chusetts 2-yard line. Dave Alexander took it in from there, 
but the two-point conversion was missed. 

Neiher team could move the ball well until the fourth 
period when Bill Cline connected with end Whitty Bass 
for 68 yards to the Redmen 23. Four plays later, Cline 
passed to Pete Crane for the two-pointer and the game. 



The strength of the Pirate defense 
deep in its own territory. 



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PIRATES RETURN 



1,200 cheering East Carolina enthusiasts as- 
sembled at the Greenville Airport to welcome 
home the triumphant Pirates. Banners, signs, and 
flags spotted the group. As each team member 
emerged from the plane, he was beseiged by hand- 
shakes and well-wishes of the crowd. This was 
a fitting tribute to the coaches and team who had 
done their utmost to produce a winning season. 



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famed Coach of the Year. 




\Ueicomcs ^' CHAMPS S : 





Given the highest honor awarded by the National 
Collegiate Athletic Association, Clarence Stasavich 
was named college division Coach-of-the-Year for 
1964. "Stas" became head football coach at East Caro- 
lina early in 1962, and in July 1963, he was named 
athletic director. Winning two consecutive bowl vic- 
tories, his teams have compiled a three season record 
of 24-6-0. He came to East Carolina from Lenoir 
Rhyne with a composite record of 120-36-7, includ- 
ing five undefeated seasons and the National Small 
College Championship in I960. Other honors merited 
by Coach Stasavich are the NAIA Coach-of-the-Year 
awarded in 1959 and his election to the Helms Ath- 
letic Foundation Hall of Fame in I960. 








First Row: Todd Hicks, Neal Hughes, Renny Glaze, Sonny Abernathy, Bill 
Prince, Kevin Moran, Tim Hefner, Willie Martin, Tommy Pugh, and Bill 
Reagan. Second Row: Jim Collins, Dennis McClenny, Dennis Barber, Joe 
Testo, Paul Schurr, John Schwartz, Jim Syner, Jimmy Shuffler, Bob Koehler, 
Dave Hill, and Badger Johnson. Third Ron: Jack Vangworthm, Richard Klutz, 
Bob Farris, Al Glass, Ken Branner, Vince Badalamenti, Greg Flecher, L. B. 



Clayton, Steve Hudson, and George Morehead. Fourth Row: Richard Edwards, 
Dickie Patton, Gray Medinger, Scotty Lockany, Steve Alagion, Joe Mancuso, 
Ashley Smith, Nelson, Gravatt, Robert Phipps, and Austol Younans. Fifth Row: 
Richard Honeycutt, Paul Hutchins, Jerry Paul, Tom Grant, Jerry Williamson, 
and Marion Kirby. 



Freshman Griders Prepare for 




Frederick offense. 




Urgent instructions are sent into the game via John Schwartz during a tense 



East Carolina's Freshman football team rolled to a 3-2 season under the direction 
of Coach Henry Vansant. The Baby Bucs lost to Chowan College and North Caro- 
lina State, while overcoming Fredrick, Newport News, and the University of Rich- 
mond. 

Marked by a speedy backfield and a hard-charging line, the Pirates, racked up 93 
points in five contests while holding their opponents to 54. 

The Buc's offensive attack was led by elusive tailback Neil Hughes and 230 
pound tackle Kevin Moran. Cited for outstanding defensive performances were sev- 
eral players, among whom were linebacker Johnny Swartz, guard Paul Hutchins, and 
corner back Austol Youmans. 

Coach Vansant feels that he has several players who will be able to help fill the 
deficit to be left on the varsity by the graduation of 13 lettermen. 



Varsity Challenges. 




Hughes scampers around end on a touchdown jaunt. 




Team captains Kevin Moran and Bill Prince. 




Henry Vansant, freshman coach, discuss team performance with assistant Maurice Allen. 



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Baby Bucs collect another talley against the Baby Spiders from the University of Richmond. 



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Season Record 




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ECC 


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ECC 


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N. C. State .-. 


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ECC 


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Newport News - 


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Richmond .. 


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Front: Bill Hand, Gigi Guice, Mary Conn, Linda Killian, (Chief), Lisa Green, Para Dalton, 
Dedet Foster, Chandler Nelms. Back: Steward Siegel, Bob Washko, Scotty Scott, Butch Bennett, 
Jim Cromatie. 




What is a cheerleader? The average spectator 
may see a cheerleader as the swish of a purple 
and gold pom-pon, or the flash of white trousers 
over a purple sweater as one of the boys does a 
cartwheel between plays, or a loud hoarse voice 
growing louder and hoarser with each succeed- 
ing yell. All this is true, but there is more. The 
cheerleading squad is a group of men and 
women whose job it is to instill school spirit at 
pep rallies, bonfires, and games. They must re- 
main through victory or defeat, through rain 
and cold to urge their team to do its best no mat- 
ter what the situation. They share both the pride 
in winning and the sorrow in losing, and they 
can smile when the team needs it the most. 



Bill Hand solicits 
Pirate support as 
he leads a rousing 
cheer. 




oirit Sparked by Cheerleaders, 




Freshman Cheerleaders: Linda Evans, Ann Powell, Jackie Koon, Brenda Bullock, (Chief), Caroline Riddle, Stephany Tisdale, and 
Jan Hitchcock. 





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Kneeling: Billy Upton, Danny Pasquarielle, Gerald Smith, Bobby Kinnard, Mike Baker, and Jerry Woodside. Standing: Grady Williamson, Billy 
Brogden, Ron Hignite, Charlie Lame, Larry Phillips, Butch Ricks, and Billy Duckett. 



Improvement Seen oi 




Coach Carr beams after a Buc victory. 




'irate captains: Billy Brogden, Grady Williamson, Bobby Kinnard, and Jerry Woodside. 



rate Court. 



All eyes are directed at the court as the Pirates ease a tense situation. 



Five Regulars Return. 



With five regulars returning from last year, the 
Pirates have an experienced team which promises 
trouble for almost any opponent. Captains Billy 
Brogden, Bobby Kinard, Grady Williamson, and 
Jerry Woodside return with Larry Phillips to round 
out the starting five. Adequate help is offered by 
sophomores Danny Pasquarielle and Gerald Smith. 

Coached by Wendell Carr, the Bucs face a trying 
schedule this year, facing teams such as High Point, 
Richmond, Davidson, William and Mary, and VPI. 
Over the Christmas holidays, ECC participated in the 
Lenoir Rhyne Holiday Tournament in Hickory, 
North Carolina. Losing to Chattanooga in the first 
round 83-73, the Pirates went into the consolation 
round against Berea College and won 89-69. 

Owing to experience and better all round en- 
thusiasm, the Bucs are expected to show quite an im- 
provement over last year's 9-15 record. 





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Kneeling: Charlie Alford, Linsey Bowen, Jimmy Cox, Eddie Kwasnick, Tex Everett, Fred Campbell, and Ken Peterson. Standing: Paul Theil, Rob- 
ert Hoyle, Jim Rollins, Ted Whitely, .Sam Lilly, Rick Teeling, and Chuck Taylor. 




Quick and accurate, the East Carolina freshman bas- 
ketball squad is a constant threat to opposing teams. Be- 
cause of a lack of height, the Baby Bucs are not as 
strong off the boards as might be desired, but a spectator 
can always expect to see a hard-fought game when they 
take the court. 

Coach Harold Ellen has done a commendable job in 
training his freshman Pirates. He has helped develop 
good shooters who should be a big asset to the varsity 
next /ear. 



Fred Campbell gets by a 
Davidson defender and goes 
in for a lay-up. 



Freshmen Show Speed, Agility. 




After grabbing a rebound, Tex Everett launches another shot. 




Bucs Squeeze by Bears 59-58. 




Pirates discuss final plans before Lenoir Rhyne game. 




Surrounded by LR Defenders Kinnard hauls down a loose 



Cheerleaders stir up support during a time out. 




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Lenoir Rhyne — Squeaker for Bucs. 



A last-second basket by Billy Brogden pulled the 
Pirates from behind and capped a 59-58 victory over the 
Bears of Lenoir Rhyne College. 

The visiting Bears led throughout the game until the 
closing minutes. However, a five-point Pirate surge, led 
by Billy Brogden and Larry Phillips, pushed the Bucs 
ahead as the final seconds elapsed. 

In the first half, the Pirates were held to 24 points 
while LR collected 32. The second half was marked with 
a 3-5 point Bear lead throughout, until the Bucs made 
their last-minute comeback. 



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Woodside Scores 
22 Points, 



Jerry Woodside scored 22 points in 
leading the Pirates to a 67-60 win over 
Elon College. Behind 34-32 at the end 
of the first half, the Bucs stormed back 
with seven straight points as the second 
half opened to take the lead for good. 

A close- press in the second half held 
Elon to 26 points while the Bucs col- 
lected 35. At one time Elon cut the 
Pirate lead to two points, but Wood- 
side scored two quick baskets to extend 
the lead again. 



Pirates Dunk Christians 67-60. 




Hooking over the head of an Elon defender, Gerald Smith collects 
two points for the Pirates. 



Apposing Elon guard is a little too late to stop Grady Williamson'; 
Irive, 





Arkansas State center outreaches Bob Kinard to control the 
opening tip-off. 




Grady Williamson takes aim at the free throw 
line. 




There is more than one way to survey the opponent's defense. 

Indians Bow to Bucs. 

Led by Jerry Wooclside, the Pirate cagers posted a 24 point spurt 
in nine minutes to down the Indians of Arkansas State 84-68. 

Action in the first half produced a give-and-take battle which re- 
sulted in a 33-32 Buc lead at intermission. The lead changed hands 
twelve times before the half ended, forecasting a cliff-hanging second 
stanza. 

Woodside sparked the Pirate's attack in the final half, scoring their 
first 11 points. However, the visitors were not to be outdone, and 
fought with the Bucs to a 58-58 tie with nine minutes remaining in 
the game. 

From this point, the Pirates broke loose on a 24 point surge while 
holding their opponents to 10. 

Dave Markovich was the high scorer for the Indians while Wood- 
side led the Bucs. The Pirates hit a remarkable 58% from the floor 
and sank 22 of 28 free frows. 





Hhuck Norwood now 
lolds ECC's backstroke 
record and hopes to re- 
luce it again this year. 




Paul Donahue exhibits the championship style which won him a NCAA medallion 



No valid short cuts to success occur in swimming. Good swim- 
mers must possess two important things: increased strength and/ 
or improved mechanics and an increased expenditure of energy. 
The 1964 record of the swimming team proves that East Carolina 
swimmers have both of these important qualifications. The Pirates 
renew competition this season with North Carolina State College 
and the University of North Carolina. Buc swimmers already have 
Virginia Military Institute, Washington and Lee, and Old Domin- 
ion in the win column for this year. Coached by Dr. Ray Martinez 
(now in his tenth year of coaching at East Carolina) and assistant 
Coach Joel Shanabrough, the Pirate swimmers plan to surge ahead 
in the Southern Conference this season. 



Swimming, 1964. 

Expert breast stroke form is executed by Bob Bennett, who is one of the 
Bucs anchor men in relays and distance. 




East Carolina College Swimmei 




Of the forty-one institutions competing at the first annual Col- 
lege Division Swimming and Diving Championships at Grove 
City, Pennsylvania, on March 19-21, 1964, East Carolina took sec- 
ond place in the national competition with a total score of 50 
points. The Bucs ranked second only to Bucknell University which 
scored 83 points. East Carolina was represented by seven swim- 
mers, the smallest team in attendance. From the first gun the 
Pirates knew competition would be tough. The Pirate tankmen 
Chuck Norwood, Joel Shanabrough, Harry Sober, Larry Hewes, 
Bob Federici, and Paul Donohue gained winning points. 

Joel Shanabrough won a first place gold medal in the 400-yard 
individual medley with a time of 4:45 minutes flat. His excellent 
time in this event qualified him for the University Division of the 
N.C.A.A. at Yale University. Paul Donohue qualified seventh 
place in the three meter diving. This event coupled with the 400- 
yard freestyle put East Carolina within reach of third or possibly 
second place. Knowing that the second place slot could well de- 
pend on him, the Bucs ner\'0usly watched Paul execute his dives 
with perfection. The 400-yard relay freestyle team had to hold its 
fifth place position in order to keep East Carolina in second place. 
Sober, Federici, Shanabrough, and Hewes held the fifth slot in the 
relay. The finish clinched the second place trophy and ended the 
meet. 



Scoring high from the 3-meter board, Les Gerber proves once 
again why he is considered one of America's best College divers. 




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Bottom Row: Garry Miller, Mike Hamilton, Mike Dineen, and Dick Fogle. 
Second Row: Harry Sober, Bob Bennett, Chuck Norwood, Jim Marasco, 
Larry Hughes, Joel Shanabrough, (Assistant coach) and Coach Ray Martinez. 



ThirJ R"u: Clciiict Templeton (Manager), Joel Cr\-gen, Les Gerber, Pau 
Donohue, and Neil Sattenvhite. 



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face Second in Nation. 




N.C.A.A. SUMMARY 
HARRY SOBER 

Second . 50-yd. Freestyle 

Fifth 400-yd. Freestyle Relay 

JOEL SHANABROUGH 

First 400-yd. Ind. Medley 

Third 200-yd. Butterfly 

Fifth 400-yd. Freestyle Relay 

Fourth . 100-yd. Butterfly 

CHUCK NORWOOD 

Fifth .. 200-yd. Backstroke 

Second 400-yd. Medley Relay 

Fifth .. 100-yd. Backstroke 

LARRY HEWES 

Sixth 50-yd. Freestyle 

Second 400-yd. Medley Relay 

Fifth 400-yd. Freestyle Relay 

JIM MARASCO 

Second 400-yd. Medley Relay 

Sixth 200-yd. Breast Stroke 

Fifth 100-yd Breast Stroke 

BOB FEDERICI 

Second 400-yd. Medley Relay 

Fifth 200-yd. Butterfly 

Fifth 400-yd. Freestyle Relay 

Fourth 100-yd. Butterfly 



Pirates accept placque for second place, college division in the NCAA Swimming finals, Participants 
are Harry Sober, Bob Federici, Larry Hewes, Coach Martinez, Paul Donohue, Jimmy Maros, Joe 
Shonabrough, and Chuck Norwood. 



Freestyle champ, Harry Sober, 
leaves the block to take early 
lead against his VMI oppon- 




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VARSITY — Kneelhig.- Jerry Williamson, Marshall Catoe, Neil Linker, Keith Douglas, and Guy Hagerty. Standing: Raymond Perry, Sammy Viverette, 
Leroy Cobb, and Bruce Bernside. 




Guy Haggerty is evaluating his opponent to try for a pin. 



Pirate Grapplen 

East Carolina's wrestling team has had 
six matches thus far this season, as the 
BUCCANEER goes to press. In the win 
column are Richmond Professional Institute, 
Pembroke College, and Duke University. 
The Pirates lost to Pfeiffer College, the Cita- 
del, and the University of West Virginia. 

In the Citadel match, Neil Linker sparked 
the Bucs to a near win in their closest match 
of the season. Against West Virginia, Neil 
Linker and Keith Douglas scored valuable 
points, but the Pirates again fell short. 

Remaining on the schedule for Coach 
Gant's matmen are Saint Andrews Col- 
lege, Pembroke College, and Virginia Mili- 
tary Institute. 



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Duty and Howie Metsgar 
some helpful hints regarding 
their opponents weak spots. 





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ponent helpless just before 
completing the pin to win the 
match. 

FRESHMEN — Kneel/Kg: Howard Metzgar, Ken Duty, Eddie Neal, and Fred Bates. Standing: Steve Skinner, Ronnie Glaze, John Shepard, and Robert 
Phipps. 






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and Recreaffon. 



Organized on the principles of sportsmanship, 
relaxation, and entertainment, the intramural pro- 
gram at East Carolina College offers a wide variety 
of activities in which all students may participate. 
The objectives of the program are to offer each stu- 
dent an opportunity to compete, as a member of a 
team, in almost any sport which he enjoys. Among 
the activities offered are touch football, basketball, 
volleyball, table tennis, and swimming. 

From participation in such activities, a student 
learns such traits as cooperation, leadership, and 
responsibility, while he further develops his interest 
in a particular sport. The competing teams are or- 
ganized in three categories, The fraternities and 
sororities compose one divisJon. The second divi- 
sion is organized by dormitories, and the third is 
made up of independent teams, which draw members 
from the entire student body. 



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Pirate Runners 



Balance of power, necessary for any degree of suc- 
cess, was not evident this year as the Bug track team 
finished with a 1-4 season record. The Pirate's lone win 
was over Elon College, while they lost to North Carolina 
State, Citadel, Old Dominion, and the University of 
Richmond. 

The Major weakness of the club was their inability 
to collect points in more than two or three events. 
Whitty Bass, who broke two school records, paced the 
Bucs in capturing the 440yd. and the 880yd. events, 
however, the team could not muster enough points in 
other categories to attain a high total score. 



Freshman pole vaulter John 
Sasser lifts off the track and 
arches toward the bar. 



Finishing well ahead of Tom Scott and Elon's Bill Johnson, Witty Bass brings hon 



victory in the 100-yard dash. 





Kneeling: Henry Staples, Woody Hall, Jeff Gelman, Gerald Allen, John Sasser, James Moss, and Bob R> 
Beck, Mike Larson, Roosevelt Robinson, Henry Stevens, Theodore Slezak, Earl MuUins, and Al Bishop. 



Stjuding: Coach Henry Vansant, W; 



tAeet Opposition on New Track. 



Sprinting on the warm-up track, John 
Stay limbers up before a meet. 



Coach Henry Vansant, Whitty Bass, and Coach Odel Welborn. 




School Records Set. 

Senior sprinter Whitty Bass not only led the Buc cindermen in 
scoring this year, but he also set two school records and attained 
national recognition in NCAA competition. 

Bass set new school marks by running the 440 in 47.9 seconds 
and the 880 in one minute and 57 seconds. Following the regular 
season he went to Fresno California where he finished 7th in a 
field of 28 in the 880 in the NCAA national championships. 




Cindermen Post 7-4 Record. 




Bob Rynearson releases after 
clearing the cross bar. 



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"On your mark ..." a 
familiar chant is heard repeat- 
edly in field practice. 






Gerald Alien starts to roll after clearing the top of the bar. 


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'eling: Jim Hoover, Mike Sineurer, Bob Lecour, Earl Jackson, Jerry Tolley, 
' Hagerty and Mike McShane. Standing: Coach Odell Welborn, Dave 



Bumgardner, Buddy Price, Tom Crecker, Bernie MacWaters, Haywood Davis, 
John Stay, Bill McPhaul, Joe Talon, Richard Belmer, and Whitty Bass. 



C 34 Citadel 110 
ECC 381/2 N.C. State II3V2 Campbell 29 
ECC 32 Old Dominion 118 

ECC 53 Richmond 92 
ECC 78 Elon 67 



With hand tucked, Buddy Price clears the high-jump bar 




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Young Team Pulls Througl 




Kneeling: Ken Regelman, Dan Simmons. Standing: Ron Hignite, Lynn Phillips, Kelly Wells, Bane Shaw and Frank Cooke. 





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Sues Take 
Championship. 



Gerald Martello, with an abundant supply 
of freshman talent to work with, coached 
his netters to a 10-8 season and the National 
Collegiate Athletic Association District "A" 
Regional Championship. Ray Stallings, sin- 
gles winner, teamed with Bane Shaw to take 
the runner-up position in the doubles con- 
test. With four of the six starters freshmen, 
the Bucs won their first match, lost eight, 
then took the following nine matches. 

Included in the Bugs win column were 
impressive victories against such avid op- 
ponents as North Carolina State College, 
William and Mary College, University of 
Richmond, Old Dominion College, and 
Atlantic Christian College. This season the 
Bucs will be under the able coaching of 
Harold Bullard, and a considerably tougher 
schedule is anticipated as a result of East 
Carolina's admission into the Southern Con- 
ference. 




ith Ron Hignite backing him up, Frank Cooke stretches for a hot one. 



Arching high, Bane Shaw fires a 
serve into the opposing court. 



Kelly Wells and three teammates watch as Lynn Phillips 

returns a serve. 






Garry Mull, Billy Brogden, Ray Ziest, Fred Forberson, Phil Somers, and Roy^Hyle. 



Coach John Colgate 



Pirate Golfers Place Second 



During his first year at East Carolina College, 
Coach John Colgate piloted the Pirate golfers to a 
6-4-2 season. Led by Billy Brogden, Charles Rose, 
and Frank Starling, the Pirates placed second in the 
Atlantic Coast Conference Invitational Tournament. 



in A.C.C. Tourney. 



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Chappy Bradner is 
a senior linkman. 




East Carolina Adds Another Sport. 



Anticipating the formation of a rowing team, East 
Carolina College received two 62-foot racing shells 
from Brown University. Two more shells are sched- 
uled to arrive soon from Harvard University. Com- 
posed of nine men including the coxswain, the row- 
ing team will practice in Pamlico Sound at Washing- 
ton, N.C. It is hoped that interest will be adequate 
to continue the building of the team and the addi- 
tion of another sport to the growing list in the 
athletic program. 

As a sport, rowing carries with it a unique tradi- 
tion. Any school wishing to form a rowing team does 
not purchase their first shells. These are given 
to the school by a school which has a crew. The 
recipient school, in turn, passes the shells on to 
other schools after their team is established and 
they have purchased their own equipment. 





Awkward looking on land, the sleek racing shell will ride high in the water. 



Al Herns examines a shell as he helps remove it from the truck. 





Coach Earl Smith, who has led the Pirates to two outstanding 
seasons in two years as head coach, studies play from the bench. 



Baseball, 1964 



Competing for the first time for a berth in the NCAA 
District 4 post-season playoffs in Gastonia, North Carolina, 
the East Carolina College baseball team had to contend with 
such teams as New York University, William and Mary, 
North Carolina State, Wake Forest, and Duke University. 
Proving themselves quite able, the. Pirates rolled over op- 
position to the tune of 17-5 for the season and were selected 
as the at-large entry in the playoffs. Included in the win 
column were wins over all three of the Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference foes faced by the Pirates. 



E.C.C. Pirates Sparkle 




Sealed: J. Rayner, C. Connors, B. Kaylor, C. Barnes, R. Hedgecock, B. 
Bovender, F. Rodrigues, P. Hunter, and C. Dadonna, Suwding: T. Biggs, P. 



Britton, V. Sykes, M, Smith, O. Jarvis, T, Norm.in, D. Hudson, P. H.i 
and G. Domanski. 




Pete Hunter begins delivery of his fast ball. 



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An opposing runner is held on base by first sacker, Roger Hedgecock. 



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Carolina player makes it safely to base as Roger Hedgecock waits in vain for the ball. 



This is a pitcher's eye-view 
of hot-batting Carlton Barnes. 




Pirates Score 



East Carolina 


5 


East Carolina 


6 


East Carolina 


6 


East Carolina 


2 


East Carolina 


9 


East Carolina 


18 


East Carolina 


3 


East Carolina 


9 


East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 


12 


East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 




East Carolina 


13 


The umpire is right on the play as 




Bovender is out by inches. 





Carlton Barnes slides into second after hitting a line double to right field. 




7'S for Season. 



(pringfield 


2 


view York University 


2 


sTew York University 


1 


.a Salle 


4 


Delaware 


8 


X'illiams 


1 


vlassachusetts 


1 


thica 


6 


thica 


2 


<r.C. State 


4 


X'ake Forest 


2 


3uke 


4 


lichmond 





lichmond 


4 


lamp Lejeune 


4 


lamp Lejeune 





JCilliam and Mary 


3 


3uke 


1 


X^ake Forest 


11 


;:amp Lejeune 


6 


lamp Lejeune 


3 


Frederick 







Scoring 



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East Carolina Places Thirc 




Playof] 

East Carolina ( 

East Carolina ( 

East Carolina ; 



In a race for the bag, the Carolina pitcher ed^es Bovtnder by a split second. 




Just half a stride loo late, Kaylor tries in vain to beat out a grounder to short. 



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n N.C.A.A. District 4 Playoffs 



•.oreboard 

nth Carolina 
est Virginia 



After losing their first game of the NCAA Dis- 
trict 4 playoffs to the Tar Heels 8-0, the Pirates took 
on Southern Conference foe, West Virginia. Going 
into the ninth inning trailing by three runs, the 
ECC nine put on a thrilling finish to nip the Moun- 
taineers 6-5. With this victory, the Bucs advanced 
to the semi-finals for a second game against the 
University of North Carolina. Again the Tar Heels 
proved too strong and walked away with a 13-2 
victory. The Bucs took third spot in the series. 





Bobby Kaylor bunts to sacrifice a teammate down to second 



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Before delivering the next pitch, Pete Barnes 
checks his signal and concentrates on his target. 



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ACADEMICS 




DEPARTMENTS 


152 


GRADUATES 


189 


SENIORS 


191 


JUNIORS 


251 


SOPHOMORES 


281 


FRESHMEN 


309 




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Cadets fill out air science questionnaires concerning their future military obligations. 



Major Kenneth L. Kuhlmann lectures to 
future United States Air Force Officers. 



AFROTC Incorporates Service 




In 1948 the Board of Trustees of East Carolina entered into 
an agreement with the Department of the Air Force of the United 
States to establish and maintain an Air Force Reserve Officers 
Training Corps. As an integral academic subdivision of the college, 
this department has grown to four Air Force officers, three Non- 
commissioned officers, and over three hundred cadets. Its purpose 
is to select and train qualified students for careers in the United 
States Air Force. 

The cadets are organized into a Cadet Group with four Squadrons 
and fourteen flights. The regular yearly schedule includes projects 
and social functions including a "Dining-In," a Spring Military 
Ball, a Marchathon for the March of Dimes, participation in parades, 
and numerous service projects. 

Another exciting phase of training for those cadets who qualify 
is the Flight Instruction Program. This program provides sufficient 
flight and ground school training to enable the cadet to obtain a 
private pilot's license. 

Upon completion of the AFROTC program and graduation, the 
cadet is commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States 
Air Force and subsequently called to active duty. 



To insure the proper fit, uniforms must 
be measured carefully. 




T/Sgt. William A. Harrison 
Lt. Col. Elbert L. Kidd 
T/Sgt. Ervin E. Koon 



Major Kenneth L. Kuhlmann 
Major Donald G. Simpson 
Captain Carl E. Tadlock 




'ro/ecfs Wifh Military Training, 




John W. McClenny, Richard Roberson, 
Donald R. Joyner, and David W. McLaw- 
horn have been designated Distingushed 
AFROTC Cadets. Requirements for this 
honor are: demonstrated outstanding leader- 
ship abilities in AFROTC and other campus 
activities, high moral character, outstanding 
rating at the four week summer training 
camp, be in the top 20 per cent of air 
science classes, and be in the top half of 
his academic major field and graduating 
class. 



153 




Mr. Wesley V. Crawley 
Mr. Donald L. Durland 
Mr. Robert S. Edmiston 
Dr. Emily E. Farnham 
Mrs. Marilyn F. M. Gordley 



Mr. Tran Gordley 

Dr. Hellington B. Gray, Dean 

Mr. William H. Holley 

Dr. Leon Jacobson 

Mrs. Nanie Jacobson 



Mr. John C. Merritt 
Mr. Thomas E. Mims 
Mr. Paul R. Minnis 
Mr. Francis Lee Neel 
Miss BeKy E. Petteway 



School of Art 



Much thought and preparation precedes 
the actual printing of a woodcut. 



Marilyn Miller takes every safety precaution as she welds brass rods. 






A ple.isant expression indicates the satisfaction which this student receives from art. 



acuity Exhibits in Virginia. 



Dr. Wellington B. Gray serves as dean of the largest collegiate 
art school in the South. The faculty of twenty includes three 
teaching fellows and an artist-in-residence. 

The six fields of study are painting, sculpture, ceramics, graphic 
arts, commercial art, and interior design. This year the School of 
Art will be evaluated for the National Association of Schools of 
Art. 

Two group shows were given by the faculty this year at 
Virginia Beach and Richmond, Virginia. Student exhibits have 
won not only local but national acclaim. 

The student chapter of the National Society of Interior 
Designers on the campus is only one of the groups of interest 
to art students. It is one of the largest student chapters in the 
country. In September, 1965, the School of Art will offer a major 
in product design. 



Drawing from a model helps the stu- 
dents to learn about form emphasized by 
light and shadow. 




Mr. James H. Bearden 
Mr. Don R. Bortwick 
Miss Dorothy Brandon 



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Dr. E. R. Browning, Dean 
Mr. Norman H. Cameron 
Mr. Herman D. Colvin 
Dr. Albert R. Conley 
Miss Frances Daniels 



Miss Ouida C. Debter 
Dr. Audrey V. Dempsey 
Mrs. Thadys J. Dewar 
Dr. W. H. Durham, Jr. 
Miss Ruby E. Edens 



Mr. Alton V. Finch 
Mr. Joseph H. Hanchrow 
Dr. Alice M. Harrison 
Mrs. Carol A. Hart 
Mr. William S. Hart 



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Future business leaders find that mastering the operation of rotary calculators enables them to 




Assistant Dean Dr. Paul Hendershot is the newest 
addition to the School of Business. 



IBM punch card operation and programming using the 1620 IBM 
computer are two new courses added to the curriculum of the School 
of Business. Each of these courses offers business students an oppor- 
tunity to learn to operate complex machines. 

Dr. Elmer Browning heads a staff of forty-one instructors, which 
includes two lawyers and four Certified Public Accountants. Dr. 
Paul Hendershot became the new assistant dean this year. 

Degrees available to the 1,426 students are Bachelor of Science 
and Bachelor of Arts degrees. Business majors with a "B" average are 
eligible for membership in Pi Omega Pi, the national honorary business 
fraternity. Three professional organizations are also open to business 
majors. 




In this accounting class, Mr. Myers discusses techniques in solving prob- 
lems. 



School of Business Expands Program. 



Dr. Paul T. Hendershot 
Mr. Samuel Thomas Hill 
Mr. W. W. Howell 
Mr. Kenneth C. James 






Dr. Ray L. Jones 
Mrs. Ruth B. Jones 
Dr. Tora M. Larsen 
Mr. Gorman W. Ledbetter 
Dr. Joseph A. Lerro 



Miss Velma W. Lowe 
Mrs. Lucille K. Lundy 
Mr. Jesse L. McDaniels 
Dr. Harold M. McGrath 
Mrs. Mildred T. McGrath 



Mr. Bob Myers 
Miss Gwendolyn Potter 
Dr. Donald C. Rooke 
Miss Margery S. Sparks 
Mr. Robert H. West 









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Dr. Frank Arvvood 
Dr. James William Batten 
Dr. Thomas A. Chambless 
Dr. Amos C. Clark 



Dr. Joseph W. Congleton 
Mrs. Elsie S. Eagan 
Dr. Frank G. Fuller 
Dr. Keith D. Holmes 




Dr. Douglas R. Jones, Dean 
Dr. William B. Martin 
Dr. Ruth Modlin 
Dr. Mary Lois Statgn 
Mr. Robert Weinberg 



School of Education Often 



Dr. Spears demonstrates the procedure for operating a movie projector which 
is often used for a teaching aid. 




East Carolina College offers both elementary and secondary 
teacher education programs. Dr. Douglas Jones heads the Edu- 
cation Department. On the graduate level, the Master of Arts 
in Education degree is offered in the fields of school administra- 
tion, guidance, supervision, and library science. The degrees 
of Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, and Master of Arts 
in Education are offered. This year a degree in Mental Retarda- 
tion has been added to the School of Education. 

Student organizations include Student National Education As- 
sociation, Association for Childhood Education, Tau Sigma, Phi 
Sigma Pi, and Kappa Delta Pi. 



Dr. Frank Arwood discusses the hierarchy of secondary edu 




ew Degree. 




Understanding the play habits of these youngsters in kindergarten is essential for this young student-teacher. 



159 





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Dr. Francis R. Adams 
Mr. Warren B. Bezanson 

Mrs. Marie B. Browning 
Dr. Richard L. Capwell 
Dr. John Dale Ebbs 



Mrs. Nell C. Everett 
Miss Jo Ann Fralick 
Dr. William H. Grate 
Miss Mary H. Greene 
Miss Lois Grigsby 



Mr. William Morice Hagen 
Mrs. Antoinette S. Jenkins 
Dr. Rachel H. Kilpatrick 
Mr. Sanford L. Peele 



English Department Initiates 



Heads are turned toward a student who poses a question during an English 
class. 




Being initiated in the Department of English this year are 
two new honor programs. Dr. Howard German, in co-operation 
with Dr. John Kozy of the Philosophy Department, sponsored, 
during the fall quarter, an honors seminar for highly capable 
freshmen. Note books were read and discussed in the seminar. 

Linguistics, medieval literature, Victorian literature, and con- 
temporary literature are several subjects studied by students 
participating in the other program, the senior honors program. 
This program is open to all senior English majors with a 2.0 
average in English work and with thirty quarter hours of Eng- 
lish courses. 

This department is headed by Dr. Meredith Posey. The 358 
students are instructed by the forty members of the Department 
of English. 

Open to all English majors and minors with an over-all "C" 
average and a "B" average in all English work is the professional 
English fraternity, Sigma Tau Delta. 





Judy Bulluck checks the periodical file to find the magazine needed. 



onors Seminar. 



Miss Ann Pinion 
Dr. James E. Poindexte 
Mrs. Mary R. Poindextt 
Dr. Meredith Posey, D;; 
Mr. Edwin Page Shaw 



Dr. Martha Lois Smith 
Dr. Frederick Sorensen 
Mrs. Mary Sorensen 
Dr. Elizabeth Utterback 
Mr. William T. Uzzle, Jr. 




Mr, Vernon A. Ward, Jr. 
Dr. Katherine W. White 
Mrs. Patricia R. Willis 
Dr. Frances R. Winkler 



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Students pause for a conference during language study. 




Foreign Language 



Modern laboratories facilitate the study of foreign languages. 




The study of a foreign language involves learning the 
location and customs of a country. 



speaking ability as well as writing ability is 
emphasized by the Foreign Language Depart- 
ment. To aid them in this challenge, a modern 
laboratory is available to all language students. 
To measure the students' progress, several courses 
require oral and laboratory tests. 

Increased enrollment has required the ad- 
dition of three part-time teachers to the staff 
of fifteen teachers headed by Mr. James Flem- 
ing. Several of the instructors teach their na- 
tive languages; eight are multilingual. 

Foreign languages offered are French, Span- 
ish, and German; Russian is taught as an exten- 
sion course. Degrees offered to majors are Bach- 
elor of Science and Bachelor of Arts. 




T.His student has discovered that 



ing is a vital part of the study of a foreign language. 



epartment Increases Enrollment. 



Miss Emilie T. Cannon 
Dr. Edna Coll 
Miss Julia E. Escalona 
Miss Manolita Fernandez 
Mr. James Fleming, 
Director 



Mrs. Joelle B. P. Catling 
Dr. Robert R. Morrison 
Dr. Alfred Murad 
Dr. Mary Pasonal 
Mrs. Marguerite A. Perry 



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Mr. Raquel Tano 
Dr. Henry Wanderman 
Mrs. Relly Wanderman 
Mr. Holmes Wilhelm 



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Dr. Dale E. Case 
Dr. Robert E. Cramer, 
Dheclor 



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Mr. J. B. Cummings 




Department of 



This year the Geography Department has initiated 
a research series requiring a master thesis. The North 
Carohna Geographical Society was founded for teachers 
affiliated with the National Council for Geographical 
Education. The department has a visiting professor, Dr. 
Makoto Hara from the University of Tokyo. Also help- 
ing to give the students a taste of the foreign lands 
they study are the travel study tours each summer; nine 
credit hours are given to those who enroll. 

One hundred and ten majors plus twelve graduate 
students make up the Geography Department which 
offers Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Master of 
Arts, and Master of Education degrees. In preparation for 
the addition of a minor in geology to be added to its 
curriculum next year, the department is in the process 
of changing its name to Geography and Geology De- 
partment. 



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Students explore cartographical aspects of the geography program. 



Mr. Jim Dunigan surveys parallel map materials for his class. 



Geography Sponsors Study Tours. 



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A'" Dr. C. James Dunigan 

Dr. Makota Hara 



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Dr. Jean Lowry 

Dr. George C. Martin \^ ^ 



Globes give students tne best representation of the earth in its true form. 



Dr. Andrew D. Perejo 
Mr. Philip Shea 





Dr. H. Daniel Stillwell 



The living conditions of Cuba are covered m economic geography 




This conglomeration of circles and lines means little to the outsider, but Coach Stasavich proves his point to the football 
players. 




Athletic Director Wins 



With Dr. Nephi M. Jorgenson as chairman, the Department of Health and Physical Edu- 
cation offers a wide choice of classes covering the various areas related to physical development. 
From the basic courses to the most advanced and complex, classes meet the needs of the col- 
lege's varied student interests. 

In addition to its classes, the department encourages and actively sponsors intramural sports 
of all types. The ultimate goal is to involve each student in athletic participation of some sort. 

Requirements for majors include courses ranging from social dancing to the intricacies 
of anatomy. After earning their A.B., majors may go on to an M.A. or, if they prefer, 
an M.Ed, in Physical Education. 

Summer workshops draw high school and college coaches and students from this and 
neighboring states and bring publicity and recognition to the department and college. 

Modern facilities are constantly being added. The construction of a new gymnasium 
will add markedly to the ever-growing potential of the Health and Physical Education De- 
partment. 








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Mr. James B. BerryhiU 
Mrs. Gay Hogan Blocker 
Mr. Robert Lee Boone 
Mr. Harold Bullard 
Mr. Wendell L. Carr 



Mr. Harold T. Ellen 
Mr. Robert B. Gantt 
Dr. Nephi M. Jorgensen, 

Director 
Dr. Thomas J. Martin 
Dt. Ray H. Martinez 



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Miss Mavis Mitchell 
Mr. Tom L. Paul 
Dr. Glen P. Reeder 
Mr. Norman Earl Smith 



Miss Nell Stallings 
Mr. Clarence Stasavich 
Mr. Ralph H. Steele 
Mr. Henry C. Vansant 
Mr. Odeel L. Welborne 




National Award. 




\o" Elias leads a group of physical education majors 
ictivity for a methods course. 




Dr. Jorgenson seems a bit dismayed as he pauses for a moment during classroom lecture 



167 



Mrs. Elaine Paul uses maps as teaching guides. 





Study of current events may be related to various historical 



History Department Publishes 




All historical facts are not discussed in class, and outside research is required. 



With approximately five hundred and fifty majors, the 
History Department has expanded since last year when it 
became a separate department. This year for the first time 
an outstanding senior student was awarded a scholarship 
under the honors program started last year. The department 
began publishing East Carolina Publications in History this 
year. The annual publication consists of essays written by mem- 
bers of the department. 

Dr. Charles Price is directing a collection of manuscripts 
which will be used for historical purposes and reference 
work. This collection is intended to help graduate students. 

The history department offers an expanding curriculum 
with courses in Asian, Ancient, and Medieval History. Dr. 
Herbert Paschal is Chairman of the History Department. 




Dr. John Ellen discusses the Revolutionary War with his history class. 



acuity's Essays. 



Mr. Walter T. Calhoun 
Dr. Betty Congleton 
Dr. John C. Ellen, Jr. 



Dr. Alvin A. Fahrner 
Dr. Paul Murray 
Mrs. Elaine Mayo Paul 
Dr. Richard C. Todd 




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Peggy Kennedy resembles the typical homemaker in this food preparation class. 

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These home economics students learn to arrange a centerpiece. 



Male Instructor Joins Home 




Classes in nutrition help these girls learn to balance meals. 



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Miss Ruth Lambie 
Dr. Miriam B. Moore, 

Director 
Mrs. Ernestine N. Reeder 
Mrs. Jannis B. Shea 
Miss Alice Strawn 




Miss Jo Ann Borthwick 
Miss Patricia L. Benson 
Mrs. Herman D. Colvin 
Miss Mabel E. Dougherty 



Mrs. Mabel Lacy Hall 
Mrs. June Henton 
Mr. Richard W. Henton 
Miss Moselle Holberg 



conomics Staff. 



Concerned with all aspects of family life, the Home Economics 
Department is directed by Dr. Miriam Moore. East Carolina is one 
of the three colleges approved by the North Carolina State Department 
of Public Instruction for the teaching of future vocational instructors. 
As part of the Science Department, home economics was taught when 
the college opened in 1909. In 1937 it was made a department and in 
1940 was given the responsibility of instructing vocational teachers. 

Approximately 210 students are now majoring in home economics. 
Courses offered by the department include various phases of family 
life: family relations, nutrition, the construction and care of clothing, 
home furnishing and management. Majors may belong to the Home 
Economics Chapter of the American Home Economics Association. 
The honorary fraternity. Phi Omicron, is open to upperclassmen who 
have met the high standards of scholarship and leadership required 
for membership. 



Miss Patricia Benson seems : 
responses in the classroom. 





Drafting and desi.ynint; are two of the basic skills which industrial arts majors are taught. 



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N.C.I. A.A. Appoints 

Laboriously a student carefully shapes and adds his touch of crafts- 
manship to project. 



Mr. Wilbert Ball 
Dr. Kenneth L. Bing. 



Dr. T. J. Haigwood 

Mr. William R. Hoots, Jr. 



Mr. Clarence M. Kelsey 
Mr. Robert W. Leith 







Mr. R. E. Scott 

Ntr. Paul E. Waldrop, Jr. 



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Dr. Kenneth Bing is chairman of the Industrial Arts De- 
partment, which includes 150 students and nine teachers, of whom 
five have been given three-year committee assignments for the 
North Carolina Industrial Arts Associations. New courses in 
technical drawing, development of industry, and trade and job 
analysis have provided more extensive training for the students. 
Electronics experimental kits and a graphic arts printer have been 
acquired this year. 

Open to all majors and minors is the Industrial Arts Club. 
Those eligible for membership in the national honorary fra- 
ternity, Epsilon Pi Tau, must have a "B" average or better. 
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees are offered by 
the department. 




Lathe work is mastered only by constant practice and diligent effor 



ive fo Head Committees. 




Another phase of Industrial Arts training is electronics. 




Mr. R. E. Scott demonstrates some fundamentals in 
pentry. 



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Addition Acquired for 



Mrs. Sara Storey Batten 
Miss Emily S. Boyce 



Mrs. Anne C. Cargile 
Mrs. Marquerite Crdnshaw 



Miss Vivian Crickmore 
Mrs. A. B. Cubbedge 






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Mrs. Ruby E. Hassell 
Mr. James Ashley Jarman 



Mrs. Mary Williams takes a class on a tour of the library. 



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Student librarians are well-acquainted with this part of the libra^' 
known as the stacks. 





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brary Science. 



Mr. Wendell Smiley serves as director of the Library Sci- 
ence Department which is in its second year as a separate 
department. At present thirty-five majors are working toward 
Bachelor of Arts or Master of Arts Degrees. The department 
plans to offer a course on non-book library materials. Some 
of the subjects covered in this course are films, slides, and 
records. Work is now underway on extensive library reno- 
vation which will increase both seating and volume capacity.. 
Sponsored by the Library Science Department, the Library 
Club is open to anyone interested in library work. 




Mrs. Sallie E. Mann 
Mrs. Phoebe Owens 



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Mr. Wendell W. Smiley 
Dr. Mildred D. Southwick 



rhe Reading Room provides a quiet area for research and study. 




Mrs. Betsy Barden Tharrington 
Miss Elizabeth Scott Walker 



Mrs. Lily Rouse Weaver 
Miss Vernie Bert Wilder 






Mr. Lee G. Williams 



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Mr. Oscar W. Brannan 
Mr. Roger L. Creech 
Mr. John W. Daniels 
Mrs. Stella Daugherty 
Mr. John B. Davis 



Mrs. Mildred M. Derrick 
Mrs. Farnces F. Dudley 
Afrs. Nancy C. Dunigan 
^trs. Ellen C. Fleming 
Mrs. Tennala A. Gross 



New Director Heads Mathematic 




Aside from the regular math 
classwork is the study of the 
operation of this computer. 



; operator of the 1620 computer rechecks the prepared punch 




Rapidly changing and extensively increasing its 
3ursuits, the Mathematics Department has added 
lew requirements for those who wish to obtain a 
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, or Master of 
Arts Degree. At present this department consists 
Df 322 majors and twenty staff members including 
Dr. Tuiilio Pignani, director. 

Departmental meetings sponsor lectures by repre- 
sentatives from the American Mathematical Asso- 
ciation, the American Statistical Association, and 
S.I. A.M. The Mathematics Club is an organization 
composed of students who want to further their in- 
terest in this science. 




Serving as a backdrop for the 1620 computer, three business majors find it necessary to make 
use of mathematics department equipment in order to prepare for their future jobs in the 
:ial world. 



Mr. Paul W. Haggard 
Mr. F. Milam Johnson 
Mrs. Virginia G. McGrath 
Dr. Tullio J. Pignani, 

Director 
Mr. James C. Pleasant 



Dr. John O. Reynolds 
Mr. Frank W. Saunders 
Mr. Frank C. Townsend 
Miss Louise L. Williams 
Mr. Robert Woodside 




It takes many hours of practice to become proficient in playing the trombone. 



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With Mr. Earl Beach as head of a staff of thirty-one, 
the School of Music offers courses in every phase of 
music. With two hundred and twenty music majors, the 
School of Music is one of eight in the United States of- 
fered a grant by the Ford Foundation. A seminar June 
8 through July 13, 1965, for the study of contemporar)' 
wind music will be sponsored by this grant. The seminar 
is open to graduate and undergraduate students. The 
Annual Contemporary Music Festival will have the 
American Arts Trio as main guests this year. 

Degrees offered by the School of Music include Bach- 
elor of Arts, Bachelor of Music, Master of Music, and 
Master of Arts with a major in music. The Marching 
Pirates, the Concert Choir, and the Symphonic Band 
perform throughout the year. 



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Ford Foundation Awards Grani 



Mr. Herbert L. Carter 
Dr. Robert Carter 
Miss Beatrice Chauncey 




Miss Elizabeth Drake 
Dr. Carl Hjortsvang 
Mrs. Ingeborg Jarrett 
Mr. E. Robert Irwin 



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Mr. Harold Jones 
Mr. George W. Knight 
Dr. Martin Mailman 
Mr. Thomas W. Miller 
Mr. Gene Narmour 



James H. Parnell 
John T. Rehm 
Barry M. Shank 
Ruth G. Shaw 
Charles E. Stevens 



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Mr. Paul Gene Strassler 
Mrs. Eleanor E. Toll 
Mr. Paul Q. Topper 
Mr. Donald Curtis Tracy 




Mr. Ralph E. Verrastro 
Mr. Dan E. Vornholt 
Mrs. Gladys R. White 



School of Music. 




Iside from hours of instrumental practice each day, music majors' schedules 
idude classroom study. 



Concentrated study is the key to unfolding the 
intracacies of music. 




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Miss Barbara F. Adams 
Mrs. Ruth J. Broadhurst 
Mrs. Louise C Bullock 




Miss Jessie M. Carraway 
Miss Janie M. Johnston 
Mrs. Charlotte M. Martin 
Mrs. Inez N. Martinez 



ss Edith Myers 
ss Evelyn L. Perry 
Danne L. Suggs 
rs. Bonnie Evans Waldrop 
rs. Eva W. Warren 



School of Nursing 




Pam Odom listens intently as Miss Adams demonstrates the use of a needle. 



Every nurse must begin by learning the fundamental pro- 
cedures of splinting and bandaging. 





Radiological training is an essential part of a nurse's curriculum. 



Xnticipates New Building. 



East Carolina's School of Nursing has received accreditation by the Na- 
tional League of Nursing. In order to be eligible, the Nursing Department 
had to have graduated its first class. The application included a full 
description of the Nursing program and the areas of study offered. In 
September the department was visited by the Accreditation Committee. 
The Nursing Department has moved into a new office at 505 Eighth 
Street. Plans are being drawn for a new building for the School of Nurs- 
ing. Applications for government funds have already been made. 

Winter quarter the sophomore nursing shidents obtain clinical ex- 
perience at Beaufort County Hospital. This experience is new for the 
department and for the college. The Nursing Department owns buses 
and a station wagon for transportation of its students to and from the 
Greenville Hospital. 



Student nurses listen to lecture on the need of a proper 
amount of sleep. One student is really taking the topic 



seriously. 





Scholarships and internships amounting to $20,000 have been made 
available to the Department of Psychology this year. Students major- 
ing in clinical psychology are eligible for scholarship awards. Intern- 
ships will be taken at Broughton Hospital, a state mental institution, 
and at Western Carolina Center for Retarded Children. Both are 
located in Morganton, North Carolina. 

Available to psychology majors are the Bachelor of Arts degree and 
three Masters of Arts degrees: general-theoretical, clinical and school 
psychology. All psychology majors and minors are encouraged to 
participate in the Psychology Club. With an enrollment of 300 under- 
graduates and twenty-six graduates, the department is directed by Dr. 
Clinton Prewett assisted by fifteen instructors. 



Dr. Clinton Prewett discusses fellowship possibilities with a staff member. 



Psychology Department Offers 





This student is interested in the kymograph which records different 
reactions. 



he galvonometer measures the presence of an electric 

irrent. 



Dr. Benjamin H. Allen 

Dr. Ruby Bliss 

Mr. Wilbur Allen Castellew 

Dr. John R. Clarke 

Mr. Calvert R. Dixon 



Dr. Thomas E. Long 
Dr. Julia D. Marshall 
Dr. C. T. Martoccia 
Miss Nannette McLain 
Dr. Clinton R. Prewett, 
Director 



kholarships 




Miss Hazel F. Stapleton 
Dr. Richard H. Williams 
Dr. Donald W. Zimmerman 



r. Benjamin Allen appears a little "suspended" as he awaits an answer from 
le of his pupils. 








Deanna Marichal demonstrates the use of a polygraph or lie detector. 




Two coeds formulate chemical analysis and make precise notations of their 
findings. 





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Biology students study the characteristics of unicellular organisms. 



Laboratory Equipment 














Dr. Donald E. Bailey 
Dr. Austin D. Bond 
Mr. Joseph G. Boyette 
Dr. j. William Byrd 
Miss H. Frances Cozart 



Dr. Graham J. Davis 
Mr. J. O. Derrick 
Dr. Frank W. EUer 
Dr. Grover W. Everett 
Mrs. Lucille B. Garmon 




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Dr. Mary C. Helms 
Dr. R. M. Helms 






dYl 



Dr. Donald B. Jeffreys 
Dr. Clifford B. Knight 
Dr. Joseph N. LeConte 
Dr. Floyd E. Mattheis 
Mr. James D. Nicholson 



Mr. Charles W. O'Rear, Jr 
Mr. Floyd M. Read, Jr. 
Dr. Charles W. Reynolds 
Dr. Tom Sayetta 
Mr. Moses M. Sheppard 



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Dr. Everett C. Simpson 



acilitated by N.S.F. Grant. 



Observant students explore the physical 
intricate and diversified apparatus. 



on and mechanism of 



Directed by Dr. Charles W. Reynolds, the Division of Science 
is expanding in each of its departments. Expansion of the Physics 
Department has been aided by the addition of two specialists — one 
in theoretical physics and the other in experimental physics. The cur- 
riculum has been expanded, and a new physics building is in the plan- 
ning. 

The Chemistry Department, which offers a liberal arts degree and 
a teaching degree, will soon offer a professional degree and, when the 
department is large enough, a graduate degree in chemistry. This 
department has received a National Science Foundation grant for 
equipment that helps to instruct interested students in advanced courses 
of photography and oceanography, teaches science methods courses, 
and directs student teaching in science. 

The Science Education Department has acquired new microscopes 
and a telescope. The goals of this department are to offer a degree in 
science for those preparing to be scientists, to provide a graduate 
degree in general science and science for elementary school teachers, 
and to build a planetarium. 

The Biology Department has developed marine biology, micro- 
biology, and radiation biology. All of the four departments have 
added new laboratories, equipment, instructors, and courses. 




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Mr. Herbert R. Carlton 
Dr. Faye Carroll 



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Dr. John M. Howell, Director 




Political Science 



Headed by a staff consisting mainly of doctorate professors, 
the East Carolina Political Science Department is a relatively 
new academic division on campus. Under the supervision of 
Dr. John M. Howell, this department strives to supply its stu- 
dents with an acute understanding of the functions and 
policies of governmental affairs. 

Graduates of East Carolina's Political Science Department 
not only receive an A.B. or B.S. degree, but they also acquire 
a valid prerequisite for admission to an accredited School of 
Law. Dr. Howell and Dr. Faye Carroll are both awaiting 
publication of their books in the area of Political Science. 



Three Departments Look 



An interesting sociology lecture receives the a( 
tention of these students. 



Reading assignments require concentration 
on the subject matter. 



Dr. George A. Douglas 
Dr. William H. Gullej- 
Dr. R. R. Napp 



Dr. Paul T. Toll 
Dr. Blanche Watrows 
Dr. Melvin J. Williams, 





\,^7\_7 Mr. Cleveland J. Bradner, Jr. 

Dr. John Kozy, Jr., Director 



Philosophy 



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Mr. Ernest C. Marshall 



> the Future. 




Sociology 



Offering more graduate and undergraduate courses, the So- 
ciology Department has been restructured for expanding and 
strengthening of the sociological and anthropological foundations 
of the college program. The number of students has increased 
steadily with the addition of more courses. Majors in the depart- 
ment have tripled during the first year of the expansion program. 
Dr. Melvin J. Williams, the director, is conducting a research 
project on the values in Adolescent Society. 

The department is creating new activities for the students 
in the Sociology field. The newly-formed SocioIo,gy Club is for 
sociology majors, minors, and other interested students. The So- 
ciology Department plans to establish a seminar for community 
research with academic credit given to the students participating. 



Apparently lost in thought, this coed reviews her lesson before cla 



East Carolina's Philosophy Department offers an un 
dergraduate major for pre-professional training in law, 
business, social administration, personnel work, social 
case work, and industrial relations. This year the expand 
ing department applied for a Charter Chapter of Ph 
Sigma Tau Honor Society. If the application is approved 
it will be the first charter in North Carolina. In order to 
apply for the Honor Society Charter, the Philosophy De- 
partment had to have a minimum of five honor students 
with nine hours of Philosophy and better than a 
average. The department had more than the necessary 
number of students to meet the requirements. Dr. John 
Kozy, Jr., head of the Philosophy Department, expects 
the charter to be granted. 

Mr. Ernest Marshall from Ohio State University has been 
added to the Philosophy faculty. Next year the department 
will add another faculty member, and advanced courses 
in Philosophy will be offered for the first time. The 
weekly Philosophy Club sponsors a spring picnic for 
members. 




Choreographer Joins Drama Staff. 




Mrs. Mavis Ray Booth 
Mr. Edgar R. Loessin 



Mr. Albert Pertalion 
Mr. G. Douglas Ray 



Mrs. Lena B. Reynolds 
Miss Rosalind Roulston 



Mr. W. George Schreiber 
Mr. John A. Sneden, Jr. 



Phenomenal success of the Summer Theater's pro- 
duction of My Fair Lady led to the return of the 
summer professionals for the Drama Department's 
production this fall. Carolyn Everett and Peter Bromi- 
low were as successful and well- received the second 
time as they were the first. 



This year the Drama and Speech Department has 
added courses in dance, broadcasting, radio, and 
television. The main objective of the department is 
to offer professional training to actors, directors, 
and teachers. The degrees offered are Bachelor of 
Science and Bachelor of Fine Arts. 

The Summer Theatre is produced through the 
department. Plans are now under way for a winter 
professional company. Mr. Edgar R. Loessin serves 
as director of the Drama and Speech Department, 
which has a staff of twelve. 





Grad Students Number 420. 



Supplying the students with texts and various 
other essentials, the college bookstore is an integral 
part of campus facilities. 



GRADUATES 



BATEMAN, WASHINGTON E. 



BRINN, JACK E. 



BROWN, JEAN C. 



Biology 



English 



CASTELLOE, MARY C. 

Mathematics 



CROSS. JAMES L. 



CLARK, GWENDOLYN A. 
Education 



CRAWFORD, NORWOOD F. 



CUMMINGS, DELIA D. 

Psychology 

DAVIS, BASIL R., JR. 

Mathematics 

DAVIS, RONALL R. 

Business 

DUDLEY, BONNIE M. 



FAUCETTE, JEFFERSON H. 

Guidance 



Jacksonville 



Winston-Salem 



Elizabeth City 



English 



HALL, MARTHA F. 



HEERY, JOHN J, 



HOLLAND, CHARLES W. 

Science 



HUITON, LAJON R. 

Mathematics 



Berlin, Md. 



Gibbstown, N.J. 



Charleston, S.C. 



HYLE, ROY A. 



JOHNSTON, DANIEL W. 

Business 



Newport News, Va. 





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JONES, LARRY T. 



KIRBY, MARION 



Lillington 



Hickory 



Physical Education 
LITTLE, JAMES L. Clayton 



LORBACHER, FRED 



LORD, C. DAVID 



Raleigh 



History 
McGOWEN, ALEXANDER L. 



PATRICK, GEORGE C, JR. 

Psychology 

POOLE, ELEANOR R. 



GRADUATES 



PULLEY, CHARLES O. Kittrell 

Mathematics 



ROBERTS, JAMES M. 



History 



ROSS, ELIZABETH 



STANCIL, BROWNIE H. 

Mathematics 



SPENCER, CARROLL A. 

Business 

SULLIVAN, JAMES C. 

Biology 

TADLOCK, JAMES A, JR. 

Business 

TEACHEY, JEROLD C. 



THOMAS, DAVID R. 



TIPPETT, SHIRLEY A. 

Library Science 

TOLER, DUFFY 





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Calypso 



History 



WADE, WILLIAM F. 



WAFF, PATRICIA A. 



WHITEHURST, WILLARD T., JR. 
Science 



WILLARD, GEORGE-ANNE 

History 



Black Mountain 







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WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY R. 



Biology 



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Class 

Officers 



Harlan McCaskill, Vice-President; Carol Daugherty, Secretary; Bryan Bennett, President; Jim 
Hodges, Senator. 



SENIORS 



And now we end our Senior year, 
And terminate our school career. 
Ere we leave our campus dear, 
Let us review these last four years. 

With pencil, pen, and notes we took; 
But all we learned came not from books. 
Sometimes our studies we forsook 
For things with a more enjoyable look. 

Some ran and played and kicked the ball. 
And some for romance used the halls. 
Some wrote, some sang, and found their call 
In student government some did fall. 

At last approached the end's decree. 
And each accepted his degree. 
And parted ways, his own to be 
With ever-fixed memory. 










ABBOTT, LINVILLE F. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education, Pt< 
torian; Women's Glee Club; Student Nati 
tion Association. 

ABNER, CAROLYN L. 

Mathematics, A.B. 
Mathematics Club, Dormitory Officer. 

ADAMS, JOHN M. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

ALBRIGHT, JOHNNY E., JR. 
History, B.S. 

ALEXANDER, DAVID C 

Psychology, A.i 



;sident. His- 
onal Educa- 

Burlington 

Henderson 

Mebane 



Winston-Salem 
Whitakers 



ALFORD, GLENDA R. 

Music Education, B.M.E. 
Signaa Alpha Iota, Vice-President, Chaplain; Chapel 
Choir; College Singers; Concert Choir; Choral Union; 
Student Theatrical Productions; " ' 
tional Conference. 



ALLEN, ALBERT G. 

English, A.B. 

ALLEN, JOSEPH M., Ill 

Geography, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, President. 

ALLEN, MARGARET A. 

Art, B.S. 

Delta Phi Delta; College Artists 
Society of Interior Design. 

ALLEY, LARRY W. 

Business Administration, A.I 



Music Educat< 

Goldsbori 



Richmond, Va. 

Roanoke Rapids 

National 

Lexington 

Washington 



ALLIGOOD, STEVE H. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
News Bureau, College Union. Men's Glee Club. 

AMBROSE, RAVONDA Washington 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Women's Recreation Association; 
Student National Education Association; Association for 
Childhood Education; Sigma Tau Sigma; Student Gov- 
ernment, Senator. 



SENIORS 



ANDERS, MELBA A. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, President, Vice-President 



Association 



la iigt 
of Ch 



ildhood Education, 



ANDERSON, GEORGE F. Vanceboro 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. 

ANDERSON, LINWOOD R. Goldsboro 

Business, B.S. 
Young Friends. Vice-President, President; College Union, Executive Board, Re 
porter. Special Projects Committee; Young Democrats Club; Deans Advisory Council; 
Phi Beta Lambda. Vice-President. Publicity Committee Chairman, Executive Board; 
Inter-Religious Council, Vice-President, President. 



ANDREW, WILLIAM G. 

Geography and Physical Edu 

ANDREWS, RANDALL F. 



Washington 



Science, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Phi. 




Psychology, A.B. 



ANGSTADT, ROBERT D. 

Chi Beta Phi. 

ARNOLD, MILDRED J. 

Student National Educatio 
Education. 



ARONSON, SIEGLINDE H. 

History, B.S. 
Hebrew Youth Fellowship; Student National Edu 
Club. 



Jacksonville 

on For Childhood 

Statesville 

Young Democrats 



ASHBY, BERKLEY E. 



Belle Haven, Va. 
Business Education, B.S. 
-President; Inter-Religious Council, Vice-President; Phi Beta 



ASBY, MARY R. TANKARD 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
College, Transfer; Student National Educ, 
' - ' ■■ Alpha Delta Pi, Registrar. 

ASHWORTH, BRENDA ANNE 

Primary Education, B.S. 



ATKINSON, PAMELA G. 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Baptist Student Union. 



AVENT, KENNETH G. 



Phys 



Education, B.S. 



AVERA, MARGARET H. Rocky Mount 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Nu White Rose; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Panhellenic, Secretary; Student National 
Education Association. 



AYERS, BRENDA KAY 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education A 



BAILEY, MICHAEL C. 

Psychology, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Psychology Club. 



Washingtt 




BAIN, NICKI SONDRA J. 

Art, A.l 
Chi Omega; Young Democrats Club; Art Club; Nati 
Society of Interior Designers, Secretary. Vice-President. 





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BAKER, EMANUEL A., JR. 


Alexandria, Va. 


History, B.S. 
Men's Judiciary; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 






BAKER, JAMES FRANKLIN 

Accounting, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 




Fayetteville 


BAKER, KATHLEEN AGNES 




Fayetteville 


Primary Education, B.S. 
Association For Childhood Education; Student 
cation Association. 


National Edu- 


BAKER, RUTH ANNE Hubert 
English, A.B. & B.S. 
Student National Education Association: Chapel Choir; Women s 
Glee Club; Association For Childhood Education. 






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BARNES, CAROLYN J. 

Librjry Science, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Chapel Choir; Libr 

BARNES, JANICE M. 

English, A.B., B.S. 
Student Counselor; Student National Educal 
ciation; Si.£;ma Tau Delta; Kappa Delta Pi. 



BALDWIN, DONALD M. 

Geography, A.B. 
Mens Glee Club; Gamma Thi 


Cla 
:ta Upsilon. Tre 


irkton 


BALLARD 

Intram 
Club; 


, LINDA D. 

History, B.S. 
urals; Womens Receatior 


1 As 


Lynchburg, Va. 
sociation, History 


BALLEW, RUBY J. 

English, B.S. 
Student National Education Asso 
Education Association; National 
En.qlish. 


Havelock 

ciation; North Carolina 
Council of Teachers of 


BANKS, DENNIS E. 

Science, B.S 




Dagsboro, 


Del. 


BANKS. GAIL J. 

Primary Education, 

Student Counselor; Student Na 
ciation. 


B.S. 


New 
Education 


Bern 
Asso- 


BARBER, 


WILLIAM L. 

English, A.B. 




R; 


rleigh 


BAREFOOT, JANET R. 

Biology, B.S. 

Science Club; Student National Ed 


lucation Associatin 


Dunn 


BARLOW, 

Wake 
ciation 


CAROL J. 

Primary Education, 
Forest. Transfer Student; W 
; Christian Education Club. 


B.S. 


Gree 

s Recreation 


nville 
Asso- 


Monciire 










ary Club. 











Thirty-six East Carolina Students 



BARNES, JOHN A. 

Health and Physical Ed 
Freshman Basketball, Varsity E 

BARNES, KENNETH O. 

Business, A.] 



BARNES, MARY C Winterville 

Psychology, Sociology, A.B. 
Playhouse, Treasurer; Student Theatrical Productions; Philos- 
ophy Club; Psycholo.qy Club, Vice-President; Delta Zeta, Pub- 
licity Chairman; Panhellenic Delegate. Council Vice-President; 
Woman's Chorus. 

BARNES, RICHARD C. Wilson 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Varsity Baseball. All Carolinas Conference, All State, Co- 
Captain; Circle K Club. Board of Directors; Lambda Chi 
Alpha. Secretary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



BARNES, WILLIE R. Conw 

Science. B.S. 
Yount; Democrats Club; Science Club; Sigma Tau Sign 
Chi Beta Phi, Vice-President; Phi Si.qma Pi. 

BARRETT, VICKI L. Conw 

Business Education, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Phi Bct.i Lambda; Student Natiur 
Education Association. 




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Management. 
Edenton 



BARROW, EDWARD L. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Society for Advancement 

BASNIGHT, ELLEN V. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education A«nciation; Association for Child- 
hood Education. 

BASNIGHT, GEORGETTA Elizabeth City 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club, President; Women's Rec- 
reation Association; Student National Education Association; 
American Association of Health. Physical Education and Rec- 
reation; North Carolina Association of Health. Physical Edu- 
cation and Recreation. 



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BASS, EMMA L. 



BASS, JUDITH C 

Mathematics and Library Scie 
Mathematics Club: Library Science Club, 



Primary Education. B.S. 



BASS, LENNA ROSE Dunn 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Phi Omicron, Secretary, Treasurer; Home Economics Club; 
Glee Club. 



BASS, LINDA F. 

Elementary Educ 
Dormitory Proctor. Student Couns 
cation Association. 



Eureka 
1, B.S. 
Student National Edu- 



deceive National 'Who's Who' Honor. 



SENIORS 



BASS, PORTIA F. Faison 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Library Club; Student National Education Association; 
Association for Childhood Education. 

BASS, RICHARD W. Wilson 

English, A.B., B.S. 
Varsity Football, Track; Kappa Alpha; Phi Epsilon 
Kappa; Circle K Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 
President; Student Government Association, Senator; State 
Student Legislature, Officer; WHO'9 WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 



BASS, SANDRA L. Newton Gro 

Nursing Education, B.S.N. 
Delta Zeta, Philanthropist; Student Nurse Associatic 
Historian; District VI Student Nurse of the Year. 

BATEMAN, DORINDA P. Pante 

English, B.S. 




BATTS, WILLARD E., JR. 

Business, A.B. 



Rocky Mount 






BAUM, FRANCES F. 

Social Studies, A.B. 
Kappa Delta; Sophomore Counselor; 1 
chcstra; The Rebel, E.ist Carolhuaij. 

BAXLEY, SANDRA J. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Educatioi 
Lambda Chi Alpha; East Carolinian. 

BEACH, LINDA L. 



Art Club; Dormitory Fine Arts Commit 

BEAL, LARRY M. 

Physical Education. B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural 




Hendersonville 



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BEAMAN, ERNEST HERMAN Snow Hill 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 

BEHR, JOHN DOUGLAS GreenvilU 

Art, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Swimming Team. 

BELL, IZORA JEAN Atlantic 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Student Government Association; Woman's Judiciary: Women': 
Hall President; Dean's Advisory Council; Student Counselor 
Delta Zeta. Scholarship Chairman; Phi Omicron, Secrejar 
Vice-President; Kappa Delta Pi; 



BELLAMY, ROBERT H. 

History, B.S. 
History Club; Student National Educat 



Home Econc 

Scotch Plains, N. 
Association. 



Jacksonville 



BENDER, RALPH ANDREW 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
East Carolina College Band; Swimming Team; Air Force 
Officers Reserve Training Corps. Drill Team; Industrial Arts 
Club. 



BENNETT, ALVIN G. 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Sigma Nu. Physical Education Majors Club. 



Bassett, Va 



BENNETT, BRYAN LEE 

History, B.S. 



Virginia Beach, Va. 



Theta Chi, Rush Chairman; Senior Class President; Junior 
Class President; Circle K., President. Lt. Governor of 
Carolina District; Head Cheerleader; Student Government Asso- 
ciation. Budget Committee Executive Council; Dean's Advisory 
Council; National Students Associs 
Theatrical Producti( 
Corps; Marching Pin 



Co-Ordinator; Student 
Officers Trainini; 
_ J WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



BENNETT, JERRY L. 

Accounting, A.l 




East Carolina Establishing 




BENNETT, JESSE CARL Greensboro 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Phi EpsiiMn K.ippa, Vice-President; Gymnastic Club. President; Physical Education 
.Maiors Club; V.usitv Cheerlcider; North Carolina Association of Health. Physical 
Education and Recreation. 



BENNETT, ROBERT R,, JR. 

Phys 
Swimming Team; Physical Educ 



Education, B.S. 
n Club; Geography Club. 



Ocean City, N.J. 



BENTLEY, JANICE T. Greenville 

Biology, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Recording Secretary; Science Club, Secretary-Treasurer. 



BENTON, SALLIE ANN Hertford 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; North Carolina Education Association; Asso- 
ciation For Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club; Library Club. Vice- 
President. 

BERRY, IRA WAYNE Fairfield 

Accounting, A.B. 
College of the Albemarle. Transfer. Phi Beta Lambda. 

BIGGS, JAMES FRANKLIN Greenville 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Westminster Fellowship. President, Treasurer, Inter-Religious Council; Phi Beta 



BILLINGS, CHARLYN R. Durham 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Alpha Phi. Treasurer. Recording Secretary. Marshal; Mathematics Club; Nurses Club; 
Student Counselor. 

BILLINGS, KATHRYN C. Scotts 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi. Reporter. Historian, Recording Secretary; East Carolininn; Asso- 
ciation For Childhood Education; Student National Education Association. 



BISHOP, JAMES G., Ill 

Indus 
Industrial Arts Club; Pi Kappa Phi. 




Green\ ille 



BISSETTE. DONNA D. 

Primar)- Education, B.S. 
St. Mary's Junior College, Transfer Student; Student 
National Education Association; Young Democrats Club; 
Student Government, Publicity Committee; Women's Ju- 
diciary-; Appeals Board; Chi Omega, House Manager. 

BLACKMON, BILLY R. Four Oaks 

Business, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi; Circle K Club; Phi Beta Lambda; 
Inter-Fraternit)' Bowling League, Secretary-Treasurer. 



BLANKS. JOSEPH A., IR. Colon 
Social Studies, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Phi, Chaplain. 

BLANTON, HOWARD A. 

English, B.S. 
Library Club, President. 



SENIORS 



BLASINGAME, lUNE L. 

English, B.S. 
Winthrop College, Transfer Student. 



Roanoke Rapids 



)ebofe Team. 



BOND, EDWARD J. Morristown 

Psychology, B.S. 

BONNER, KATHRYN M. H 

Home Economics, B.S. 
High Point College, Transfer Student; Home Eo 



BOOTH, SCOTT D. 



Education, B.S. 



n. State PtesiJent; Student Educa 
Association. President North Eastern; National Educa 
Association Convention Delegate. 

BOSTIC, BRENDA E. Pink I 

English, B.S. 



BOTTORF, RAYMOND H. New V 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Intramurals; Young Republi( 
Club; Society for the Advancement of Managcm 

BOUNDS, RALPH M. Roanoke Rai 

Music, B.M. 
Theta Chi; Marching Pirates; Symphonic Band; Otche; 
Percussion Ensemble. 

BOVENDER, MARGARET U. Winston-Sa 

Mathematics, A.B. 
University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Transfer 
dent; Mathematics Club. 

BOWERS, FRED W. LiltU 




BOETTNER, TEMPERANCE 

Grammar Education 
Alpha Phi. 



BOLES, ROGER D. 

ALithem 
King Y'outh Fellowship. 

BOLLING, JAMES E., JR. 

Business, B.S. 
Edsl CaroHtifan, Photographer; Athletic Depa 
tographer; Delta Sigma Pi. Dormitory Office. 








BOWMAN, JUANITA FAYE Walnut Cove 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education, Vice-President, President; Student National 
Education Association; Student Government Association, Senator; House Council; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 



BOYD, JOHN BLAKE, JR. 



Geography, A.B. 



BRADLEY, MARGARET KAY 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association, Womans Glee Club. 



BRADLEY, SANDRA WRAY 

Nursing, B.S.N. 
National Student Nursing Association. 



Greenville 
Rocky Mount 



BRADNER, CLEVELAND, III Gre« 

Philosophy, A.B. 

BRAMMER, OTIS WILLIAM Lea 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Physical Majors Club; North Carolina Association Health, Physical Educatii 
Recreation; Floor Manager. 



BRETT, HERBERT M. 



itical Science, A.B. 



Asheville 
Association; 



BREWER, DORIS LYNN 

French, B.S. 
Kappa Delta. President of Pledge Class; Student National Edu 
Sigma Pi Alpha; Psychology Club. 

BRIDGERS, DAVID C, JR. 

History, A.B. 



BRIDGERS, HELEN R. Conway 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Womans Recreation Association; Student National Education Association; Aquanymphs. 
President; Wilson Hall Secretary; Young Democrats Club. 



BRINN, JUDY PHILLIPS 



Home Economics, B.S. 



BRINN, WILLIAM J., JR. 



Sanford 
Sanford 



Business, A.B. 








r^MM 




SENIORS 



BRITT, ANN R. 



BROADHURST, ELIZABETH 

Grammar, Education, 
Student National Education Associatic 
hood Education. 

BROGDEN, WILLIAM MAYO 

Physical Education, : 
Varsity Basketball, Captain. 

BROOKS, BONNIE SUE 

Physical Education, 1 
Association of Childhood Education: 
cation Association; Student Governm 
Woman's Glee Club. 



Association of Child- 
Wilmington 



Hiqh Point 
5.S. 
Student National Edu- 






BROOKS, LINDA OLIVE 
Primary Educ 



iMARILYN KAY 

Sociology, A.B. 
aptist Fellowship. 



BROTHERS. 



BROWN. DORA ANN Greenville 

Nursing. B.S.N. 
North Carolina Student Nurses Association; East Caro- 
lina College Student Nurses Association; Free Will 
Baptist Fellowship. Secretary. Treasurer: Woman's Rec- 
reation Association; College Union Bowling Association. 



BROWN. MICHAEL THOMAS R 
Education. B.S. 
Theta Chi. Vice-President. Presiden 



)ke 



apids 





,f^ r5 o p 



BROWN. RICHARD LEE 

History, 

Air Force Reserve Officer 



BROWN. ROBERT CARROLL 
Chemistry. A.B 
Westminster Fellowship. 



Hampti 



Durha 



BROWNING. VIRGINIA C. 

English. B.S. 
Student Counselor; Student National Education Asso- 
ciation; House Committee, Umstead Hall; Sigma Tau 
Sigma; National Council of Teachers of English; Mem- 
ber of North Carolina English Teachers. 

BRYSON. MALBE RUTH Apex 

Nursing Education. B.S.N. 
Student Nurses Association. Historian. 

BLGG. MARY HUGH 

Mathematics. A.B. 

BUIE. DONALD NELSON 

Health and Physical Educati( 
Westminster Fellowship; Physical Edu 

BULLARD. WALTER M. 

Industrial Arts. B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

BUMGARNER, DAVID T. 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Football, Co-Captain; Phi Epsilon Kappa, Historian, 
President; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Physical 
Education Majors Club; Track; Baptist Student Union; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



oke Rapids 



Majors Club. 
Dublin 



Idese 




i'hy do you ask.' 



BL'NTING, NORMAN W. Frankford. Del. 

Industrial Arts. B.S. 
Epsilon Pi Tau. 

BURNETTE. JIMMY D. Rocky Mount 

Accounting, A.B. 
North Carolina Wesleyan. Transfer Student; Phi Beta Lambd.i; 



T. lUDITH LORIE Swansbon 

English, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Sigma Tau Delta; Student Nationa 
Education Association; North Carolina English Teachers Asso 
elation; Library Club. 



BUSCHER, SUZANNE C 

History, B.S. 
Young Republicans Club, Newman Club; G; 



Springfield, Va 




ilM 









BYNUM, HENRY L., JR. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 

BYRD, CAROL C. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

BYRD, JUDITH C. 



CAIN, RANDALL S. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi: Intramurals; Dormitory Officer. 



Raleigh 
Dudley 

Coats 



CALDWELL, JEANNE 

Biology, B.S. 
Young Republicans Club; Student National 

CALDWELL, EDWARD H. 

Psychology, A.B. 
Psychology Club; Campbell College, Transfer S 

CALHOUN. RUTH E. 

Primary Education, B.S. 



East Carolina College Poetry Forum 



SENIORS 



CAMERON, JULIAN E., JR 
Mathcmati 
Mathematics Club; Young Republ 
Phi, Warden. 



CAMPBELL, RACHEL F. 

Mathematics, A.B., B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Tau Sigma, Treasurer; Chi Beta Ph 
Student National Education Association; Womans Choru' 



CAMPBELL, WILLIAM W. Greensboro 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Pi -Kappa Phi. 

CANNON, WILLIAM E New Bern 

Business, A.B. 
Wilmington College. Transfer Student; Society for the 
Advancement of Management; Deans Advisory Council; 
Alpha Phi Omega, President, Treasurer. 

CAPEL, GLADYS A. Rocky Mount 

History, B.S. 
TAs Kej, Copy Editor; Historical Society; Philosophy 



CAPPS, FRANK A. 

Health and Physical Education, B.S 
Physical Education Maiors Club; Intramu 
Carolina Association for Health Physical Ed 



CARMAN, MARY E. 

Primary Edu 



Falls Church, Va 



CARPENTER, CLARA D. Fayette% 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Young Republicans Club. 

CARR, CHARLES B. Phmo 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Men's Glee Club; Young Republu 
Club, Executive Committee. 




^M§^£:^M 





^' rs c*^ 

Gives Public Readings. 



CARR, DONALD L. Wallace 

Accounting, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi, Corresponding Secretary. 

CARRINGTON, DENNIS H. Middlebury, Conn. 
Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Varsity Baseball. 

CARROLL, MICHAEL D. Elkin 

History and Geography, B.S. 
Wingate, Transfer Student. 

CASEY, LINDA K. Faison 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Association of Childhood Education; 
Student National Educational Association; Women's Rcc- 



CASON, MOLLIE J. Belton, S.C 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; North Carolina 
Education Association; King Youth Fellowship. 

CHADWICK, RICHARD H. Raleigh 

Geography, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Inter-Fraternity Council. 



Albemarle 



CHANDLER, JUDITH L. 

Art, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Delta Zeta, Historian; Young Demo- 
crats Club. 

CHAPPELL, BRENDA D. Falcon 

English, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship; Library Club; Sigma Tau Delta; 
National Education Association; Emmanuel College, Trans- 
fer Student. 



CHAPPELL, ROBERT H. Hobbsville 

Business. B.S. 
Baptist Student Union. President, Vice-President, Treas- 
urer, Editor; College Union. Reporter, Special Projects 
Committee; Phi Beta Lambda; Men's Glee Club; Young 



Club; Typing Lab Assistant. 

CHARLTON, LINDA S. Arlington, S.C. 

Art, A.B. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treasurer; National Society of 
Interior Design, President, Treasurer; Student Govern- 
ment Representative; Art Club; Aquanymphs. 



CHEEK, JERRY L. 

Accounting, A.B. 
Men's Glee Club. 

CHEEK. WESLEY B. 

Social Studies, B.S. 



Roaring 



Art Club, Home Eco 
CLARK, MARY L. 



CHESHIRE, WILLIAM E. Plymouth 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Phi Epsilon Kappa, Theta Chi. 

CHIARENZA, ANTHONY A. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Psychology, A.B. 
Weight Training Club, Intramurals. 

CHISHOLM, HILDA E. Eagle Springs 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Historian; Phi Beta Lambda; Student 
National Education Association, Young Republicans Club, 
Baptist Student Union. 






CLARK, LINDA G. Harre 

Art and Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association, College Artis 
' " ' " ' Club, Angel Flight. 



Elizabeth City 






CLARK, WAYNE A. 

English, A.B., 
Young Democrats Club, President. 



i^k^A^ii 




201 




Phi Ml 

COMBS, CAROL ANN 

Primar>' Ed 

Student National Education Association, President; Asso- 
of Childhood Education; Delta Zcta, Scholar- 
ship Chairman, Parliamentarian. Standards Chairman; 
College Marshal; Tau Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi; Young 
Democrats Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



^Mk^ 



CONN, MARY lANE Louisburp 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Alpha Delta Pi, 
Assistant Treasurer. Vice-President; Association For Childhood 
Education; Cheerleader; Young Democrats Club; Student 
Government Association; Senator. 



CONWAY. U DITH LOUISE 

En,i;lisli. B.S 
Women's Glee Club; North Caroli 

COOK, CHARLIE H. 



Kii 



Bambere, S.C. 



COOKE. GLAYDS W. Mount Olive 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
National Education Association; Association For Childhood 



CORBETT. ANNIE SARAH 

Biology, B.S. 

COUNCIL. MELBA JOY P. 

Grammar Education. B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; Dormitory Counselor. 

COWARD, JAN SELLERS. 



Elizabeth City 
Cameron 



Symphonic Band; Orche; 



COX. ETTA JOYCE 



College Choir; Rebel; Stude 





^Jir^OftT^ 







r^iT^iik^A 



SENIORS 




COX, LINDA DARE 



ft© €^. 



^^^itf4 



Biology, E 
ation. Senator; 
•President. 



COX, MARION EVELYN 

Business. B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Beta Lambda. Student National Edi 

COX, NORMAN JOSEPH 

Psj'chology, A.B. 
Freshman Swimming Team. Student Coach; Lambda Chi Alpha. 



COX, RICHARD C, JR. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge Master, President; Phi Beta Lambda; 
Council; Society For the Advancement of Management; Freshman 
Fraternity Council. 

COZART, CASSANDRA LEE 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
n Association. Treasurer; Physical Education Mai 
National Education Association: Sigma Tau Sigma; North Carolii 
Health, Physical Education and Recreation. 



Newton Grove 

Student Counselor; 

Clayton 



Women's Recr( 



CRAFT, HOLLIS GLENN 

Business Adm 
Society For the Advancement of Management 



CRAVOTTA, JULIA BELL 



CREECH, HELEN D. 



CREECH. LOIS CAROL 
Student National Educat 



Grammar Education, B.S. 



Arlington, Va. 
; Sigma Pi Alpha; 

La Grange 
Four Oaks 



203 




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CREECH, MINNIE L. 

Art, B.S. 
Delta Phi Delta; National Society of In 
Young Democrats Club; St. Mary's 



Phi Beta Lambda, President. 

CREEGAN, FAYE MARIE 

Social Studies, B.S. 



Philosophy Club; Kappa 
Delta Pi; History Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 



GILBERT WILLIAM 
Geography, B.S. 



Tampa. Fla 



L^^AiiiiT^ 



Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Assistant 
Editor of "TIGER"; Student Theatrical Productions; Cos- 
mopolitan Club; Inter-Dormitory Council; Junior Class 
Treasurer; Gamma Thcta Upsilon; Phi Sigma Pi. Treas- 
urer; Student-Faculty Lecture Committee; Young Demo- 
crats Club; Sigma Tau Sigma; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 




CRISP, LINDA FAYE Chocowinity 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Pi Omega Pi; Students National 
Education Association. 

CROOM, EMILY LOU Ayden 

Business Education, B.S. 

CROOM, JOHN ROY La Grange 

Business Education. B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 

CROWDER, RICHARD WILLIAM Clarksvilie, Va. 
Industrial Arts. B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

CROWELL, BRENDA DIANE Spencer 

Business. B.S. 
Majorette; Phi Beta Lambda; Chi Omega. Presi- 



Roseboro 



Co//ege Brass Choir 

Yields 

Stirring Concert. 



CRUMPLER. CHARLES P. 

Physical Education. B.S. 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Weight Training Club, Treasu 

CURRIE. CECILIA PEARL 

Home Economics. B.S 

DALY, GEORGE D.. IR. 

Accounting. A.B. 



DAMBROSIO. LOUIS A. Stafford, Pa- 

Business Administration, A.B. 
East Carolina Playhouse: Karate Team; Phi Beta 
Lambda; Orientation Counselor. 

DANIEL, GAYLE JANE C. Greenville 

Grammar Education, BS. 
Chi Omega. 



DANIEL, WILLIAM LEE, JR. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 



DANIELS, BEN WAYNE 

Art, B.S. 

Canterbury Club; Bliccmeer. 
Studio Artist. 



JamesviHe 
WWWS-TV. 




204 



DANIELS, BRENDA J. 



Grammar Educati( 



DANIELS, CHARLES E., JR. 

Soci: 
Dormitory Proctor; History Club. 

DARDEN, SARAH E. 



Wanchesi.- 
of Childhood Education; Angel 

Roanoke Rapids 



Conway 



Glee Club, President; 



DARNELL, LINDA S. 



Home Economics, B.S. 



Norfolk, Va 



DAUGHERTY, CAROL E. 

Psychology and Science, A.B. 
State Student Legislature; Chi Omega, Secretary; East Carolinian, Managing Edi- 
tor; Student Government, Women's Senator, Special Events Committee; JoinI 
Honor Council, Vice-President; Women's Honor Council, President; Dean's Ad- 
visory Council; Student Counselor, Dormitory President. 



DAVENPORT, BERTRAM L.. 



DAVIS, CAROLYN U. 



DAVIS, CURTIS M. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Phi; Circle K Club; Dormitory Counselor; Indu 
President; Semper Fidelis Society, Vice-President. 

DAVIS, JAMES C, JR. 



Columbia 



Mechaniesville, Va. 



History, and Polii 



DAVIS, JOSEPH R., JR. 



DAVIS, KATHLEEN K. 



DAVIS, NANCY G. 

Student National Edu 



Raleigh 



Arts Club, Vice- 



Pinetops 
Roanoke, Va. 



For Childhood Educati< 




^ 







DAVIS, SANDRA A. 



Marshallberg 






^^i^^Pfc, 




SENIORS 



DAVIS, THOMAS L. 



DAVIS, WILLIAM T. Snow Hill 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Student National Education Association, 
Young Democrats Club. 

DAY, THEODORE M. Washington 

Physical Education and Health, B.S. 
Honor Council; Varsity Football; Inter-Dormitory Council 
Court; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

Wilson 



DELONG, MARGARET A 
Music Ed 



205 



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DENTON, AILEEN RUTH Louisburj; 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student Government Association, Senator; Student N.i- 
tional Education Association; Student Counselor, 

DENTON, SANDRA JEAN Birmingham, Ala. 

Social Studies, A.B. 
Chi Omega, Secretary; Student Counselor; Sophomore 
Class Treasurer; Student Government Association, Junior 
Woman Senator, Summer School Secretary; Women's 
Judiciary, Member-at-Large; Senior Class Secretary; Sum- 
mer School Queen; Eait Carolinkii, Circulation Editor, 

DEW, LUCILE MARIA Rose Hill 

English, A.B. & B.S. 
East Carolina Playhouse. Secretary, President; Laurel 
Awards; Alpha Psi Omeea; Student Government Asso- 
ciation, Representative, Publicity Committee; Student The- 
atrical Productions. 

DILDAY, ROBERT LEVY Ahoskie 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Hall Proctor, 



DlTTiMER, ARLENE L. Valley Stream, N 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; Student Natio 
Education Association. 

DUGITD, FRANK S., Ill Rale 

History, A.B. 
Air Force Reser\e Officer Training Corps; Drill Tc; 
Arnold Air Society; WWWS-FM; History Club. 



Burlington 
in of Child- 




DIXON, BRENDA DIANNE 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Math Club, Publicity Chairman; Associat 
hood Education; Jarvis Hall Vice-President, 

DORSEY, NEIL EDWARD Malverne, N.Y. 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Newman Club, President; Young Republican Club; Stu- 



DOUB. LINDA GRAY Raleigh 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, President of Pledge Class, Recording 
Secretarv Marshal, Panhellenic Representative, Member- 
ship Chairman; Panhellenic Council, President, Chaplain; 
Student Government Association, Historian, Senator; 
Home Economics Club; Ragsdale Hall, Secretary; Phi 
Kappa Tau Sweetheart; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 



DOT^- 




Hoi 



Pretty coed relaxes in 
balmy spring weather. 



SYLVIA DAVIS 

Home Economii 
le Economics Club. 

Alexandria, Va.. 



Charlotte 



DY, RONALD EUGENE 

Accounting, A.B. 
Eail Carolinian, Sports Editor; Air Force Reserve Off 
cer Training Corps; Summer School Student Go 



ment Association, 
Association, Senator; 
Council; Men's Judi 



President; Student Govei 

i Beta Lambda; Men's Honor 

ry. Chairman; Inter-Doi ' 



DOZIER, SYLVIA A. 

Business, B.S, 
Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Omic 

DRAKE, PATRICIA ANN 

Grammar Educal 
East Carolina College Maiorett 



DRAPER. WALTER, GENE L, Roanoke Rapids 

Business, A.B 

DRIGGERS, JUDY BONEY Wilmington 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Day Student Representative; Student National 



DUCKWORTH, WILLI AiNf ERVIN Morganton 

Music, B.M.E. 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, East Carolina College Band, Or- 
chestra: Phi Kappa Lambda; East Carolina College Compo- 
sition Contest Winner, 

EANES, CLIFTON WAYNE Gretna, Va 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports; North 
Carolina Association of Health, Physical Education, and Rec- 




ikiiil 



EASON, ROBERTA ANNE Bclcross 

Art, B,S. 
Alpha Phi; Delta Phi Delta; National Society of Interior Designers; The Buccaneer, 
Sports Editor. Editor; Dean's Advisory Council; Publications Board; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

EASON. WILLIAM T. F:>rmville 

Historv. B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

EDWARDS, AGNES LOUISE Rocky Mount 

A[athematics, B.S. 

Association; Math Club, Co-Social Chairman; Wilson 
'ice-President. 



EDWARDS, CHARLOTTE E. R.ileii;! 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; American Association of Health, Physical Educatior 
and Recreation; Gymnastics Club; Physical Education Maior's Club; Student Na 
tional Education Association; North Carolina Association of Health. Physical Edu 
cation, and Recreation. 



EDWARDS, TRACY C. 

EFIRD. JEAN ALICE 

Delta Zeta; Student Natic 



EHRMANN, ROBERT 



EILALI. HAMID A. 



E.ILALI, MAJID ABDOL 



Primary Education, B.S. 



Beuia 



for Childhood Edu- 



ELEKES, JO ANNE 

Social Sti 
Math Club. 

ELLIOTT, JOAN ELIZABETH 

Primary Ed 
Student National Education Association. 

ELMORE, WILLIAM ROBERT, JR. 

Newman Club; College Union. 



Psychology, A.] 



Charleston, S.C 



©Of. 





OTT, JLDiTH ROSE 

History, B.S. 
Angel Flight; Military Queen; Dormitory Offic 






SENIORS 



ENGLAND, CAROLYN R. Rural Hall 

Music Education, B.M.E. 
Sigma Alpha Iota, Corresponding Secretary, President; Con- 
cert Choir; Chapel Choir; Music Educators National Con- 
ference; Student Government Association. Senator; Dean's 
Advisory Council; Music President's Honor Council. 



ESTRIN, ROSALIE B. Richmond, Va. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
National Education Association; Association for Childhood 
Education; Hebrew Youth Fellowship; Women's Chorus. 

EVERETT, BETTY CAROL Robersonville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education; Student National Edu- 








RETT, PRISCILLA A. Greenville 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Campbell College, Transfer Student; National Education 
Association; Dormitory Officer; Woman's Chorus; Home 
Economics Club. 



SHIRLEY 

Primary Ed 



Farni\ 
on, B.S. 
I Education Association; Association 
Secretary, Treasurer. 





FANN, DONNIE R. Williamston 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship. 

FARMER, CAROLYN M. Mount Olive 

Primar)' Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National 



■ARiMER, TAMES O. Rocky Moun 

History, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Westminster Fellowship; Dean's Ad 
visory Council; Young Democrats Club, President. 



FAW, JEAN P. 



Psychology, A.B. 



ALAN B. Durham 

Psychology, A.B. 
Phi; Circle K Club; East CaroUni.ui: Brass 



Pi Kapp; 

Choir; Concert Cho 

Psychology Club. 



Marching Band; Symphonic Band; 




1) 



FEDERICL ROBERT A. 

Psychology, 
Broadcasting Guild; Swim 
WW'^'S-TV. 

FENSTERjrACHER, WILLIAM C. Unionville. Pa. 
Business. A.B. 
Goldey-Beacom College, Transfer Student; Circle K 
Club; Society for the Advancement of Management, 
Treasurer, 



Ponte Vedra, Fla 



it 




FETNER, ROBERT J. 

Music 



Educators National Co 

FIELDS, WILLIAM G. 

Geo.graphy, A.B. 
Air Force Reser\e Officer Training Corps 



Ha 



Rocky Mount 




Students relax in 
the College LInion 
between classes. 



SENIORS 



FLOWERS. BRENDA R. Wilson 

Busmess Education, B.S. 
Sophomore Scholarship Award; Pi Omega Pi, Co- 
Historian; Phi Beta Lambda; Student Counselor, 

FOCHLER, RONALD H. New Bern 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. Founder, Secretary, Inter-Fraternity 
Council Representative, Social Chairman; Dormitory Of- 
ficer; Men's Judiciary. 



FORNES, RAYiMOND E. GreenxiUe 

Mathematics. A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi, President; Chi Beta Phi. Treasurer; Lecture 
Committee: Mathematics Club, President, Vice-President; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

FOSTER, EVELYN R. Wilmington 

Art, B.S. 

Transfer Student; College Artists; Dormitory Officer. 

FOSTER, JIMMIE F. Clinton 

English, B.S. 

Psychology Club; Student National Education Association. 



FOSTER, LORETTA N. 

English, B.S. 



208 



Long Island, N.Y. 














FOWLER, REBECCA ANN High Point 




Math Club. 


Psychology, A.B. 




FRAZIER, JAMES 


R., JR. Salem, Va. 






Business, A.B. 


I*' •^ V 


FRAZZELL, CLARENCE WARWICK Richlands 


k^ jf 


Psychology Club. 


Psychology, A.B. 




FREEMAN, NANCY FAYE Windsor 


hi 


Biology, B.S. 
Cotter. Hall President; Dean's Advisory Council; \yomen's 
Judiciary Council, Vice-Chairman; Alpha Phi, President. 


FURR, WILLIAM PRICE 


Statesville 


Business, A.B. 
Society for tlie Advancement of Management. 




FUSSELL, KENNY C. 


WinterviUe 


Phi Sigma Pi, 


Mathematics, A.B. 
Chi Beta Phi; Math Club. 




FUTRELL, ELIZABETH F. 


Rich Square 


English, B.S. 
Modern Dance Club; Student National Education Association; 
Theater Dance Club; Playhouse: Young Democrats Club. 



Virginia Coed Elected Buccaneer Queen. 



GADDIS, JOHN REGINALD 

Business, A.B. 
Society For the Advancement of Management. 

GADDY, WILLIAM PAUL 



CAMILLA S. 
Grammar Education, B.S. 



GILLIMORE, RICHARD L. Lexington 

Business Administration, A.B. 



GALLOWAY, PATRICIA F. 



GARDNER, JUDITH FAYE Willow Springs 

Business Education, B.S. 

ociation; Phi Beta Lambd 



GARDNER, THOMAS M. 

Chemistry. A.l 
Chowan College. Transfer. 



NER. LANA FAYE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association For Childhood Education, Student National 



Newport 



GARRETT, FAYE CAROL 



RETT, PEGGY D Charlottt 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi, Panhellenic. Parliamentarian; Young Demo 
crats Club; Women's Chorus; Association For Child 
hood Education; Student National Education Association 
Buccaneer; Student Government Association, Women': 
Day Student Treasurer. 



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GARRISS, CHARITY E. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Studer 
Education Association. 

GASKILL, WILLIAM K. Bridge 

History, B.S. 
Men's Chorus; Phi Kappa Tau; Young Democrats CI' 
History Club; National Railway Historical Society. 

GASTER, ARCHIE D. Elon Colk 

Art, A.B. 
Art Club; Delta Phi Delta. 

GATES, JOHNNIE C Durh; 



GAY, VERONICA A. Zebulon 

Econoinics, A.B. 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Gotten Hall Treasurer; Student 
Counselor; Phi Beta Lambda; Women's Judiciary. Secre- 
tary; Women's Honor Council; Young Democrats 
Club, Society for the Advancement of Management. 

GAYNOR, ARLENE J. Long Island, N.Y. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Umstead Dormitory Secretary; Buccaneer: Newman Club; 
Student National Education Association. 

GEDDY, HENRY M. Newport News, Va. 

English A.B. 
Student Theatrical Productions. 

GENTRY, HERMAN A. JR. Roxboro 

Social Studies, B.S. 
East Carolina Historical Society; Physical Education Club; 
Philosophy Club; Psychology Club. 




GIBBS. JAMES E. Lask 

Biology. B.S. 
Chowan College, Transfer Student. 

GILL, SHURLEY L. Clintt 

Grammar Education. B.S. 
Canterbury Club; Student National Education Associatio 
Association of Childhood Education. 



High Point Senior Wins 



GILLIKIN. HAYWOOD W. 



GLEASON. MARY 



GLISSON. LAWRENCE M. 

Business Education, B,! 
Pi Omega Pi; Phi Beta Lambda. 

GOOCH, CATHERINE R. 

Primary Education. B,5 
Student Government Association, Senator; Ja 



Henderson\ ille 



cation'^ Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

GOODWIN, STEPHEN R. Beaufort 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Management. 

GOODWIN, WILLIAM E. Raleigh 

Industrial Arts. B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 





GORDON, THOMAS D. Greenville 

Chemistry-Pre-Medical, A.B. 
Pre-Medical Pre-Dcntal Society. President; Science Club, Vice- 
President; Sigma Tau Sigma; Baptist Student Union. 

GRANT, GERALD L. Goldsboro 

Psychology, A.B. 
Varsity Band; Marching Pirates; Psychology Club; Buccaneer 
Sports Car Club; Young Democrats Club. 

GRAY. GLORIA U. LaGranee 



GREENE, MARGARET E. 



Education, B.S. 



GRIFFIN, JAMES B. 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 

GRIFFIN. PATRICIA E. A 

Home Economics, B.S. 

Women's Chorus; North Carolina Health Edu 
ciation; American Health Education Association. 

GRIFFITH, MALCOLM P. 

Business, B.S. 



U. Chrisfmas Card Contest. 



SENIORS 



GRIMSLEY. CHESTLEY W. 

Histoid'. A.B. 
History Club; Philosophy Club. 

GURGANUS, PATRICIA F. 

Primary Education, 




GUY, DAN M. 

Accountint;, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi; Delta Sigma Pi. 

GWALTNEY, MILDRED V. 

Grammar Education, ] 
Student National Education Associat, 

Young Democrats Club; Association for Childhood Edu 
cation; Majorette. 

HACKNEY, BONNIE E. AshevilN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



Mathematics Club 



HACKNEY. ELISA T. Enfield 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Stafford Junior College. Transfer Student. 

HADDAD, SELIM J. Washington, D.C 

Business, B.S. 
Intramurals. 

HADDOCK, LARUE D. Grimesland 

Grammar Education, B.S.- 
HALL, DOROTHY A. Greenville 
Spanish. A.B.. B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha; WWWS. 



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HAMMER. JOHN F.. Ill 

Histoo', B.S. 



HAMMOND, JAMES T. Sailabury, Conn 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Men's Glee Club; Newman Club; Inter-Dormitory Council, 
Judiciary Chaiiman. 

HANES, DONALD L. High Poini 

Business, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Management. Circle K, 



ng, A.B. 

HARDEE. ROBERT M. 

Geography, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Epsilon. Lambda Chi Alpha 

HARDIN, SUSAN J. 

Elementary Education, B.J 
Student Government Association. 

HARDISON, SMITH P. 

English, A.B. 
Baptist Student Union. 



Washington 



Lincroft, N.J 



Arapahoe 



Students patiently wai 
line to get tickets for 
Ferrante and Teicher. 



SENIORS 






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HARRELL, JUDITH T. 

Alpha Delta PI, Associatioi 

HARRINGTON, EDGAR L 

Business Administration, A.B. 
College Union Committee; Freshman Swimming Team; Young Democrats Club; 
Theta Chi. Parliamentarian; State Student Legislature, Regional Convention; Assistant 
Treasurer of Student Government Association. Model United Nations Assembly. 



Panhellenic Social Committee. 
Greenville 



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HARRINGTON, RICKY T. 



Officer Training Corps. 



Student AssocI; 



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Advis 






HARRINGTON, WILLIAM A. 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Physical Education Majors Club. 

HARRIS, HAYWOOD D. 

Math, B.S. 
Methodist Student Center; WWWS-AM/FM. Closed Cli 
Gamma Theta Upsilon; Hall Proctor— Jones Hall. 

HARRIS, MARY CATHERIN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi; Association for Childhood Education; S 



HARRIS, NANCY LEA 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Tau Sign- 
Vice President Wilson Dormitory. 

HARRISON, ALBERT K. 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. Westminster Fellowship. 

HARRISON, SYLVIA A 



Durham 

Chairman; Math Club; 

Ahoskie 

Grifton 



English, B.S. 




HART, ELEANOR FRANCES Wintenil 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Woman's Chorus; East Cat 
linian, Buccaneer; Student Government Associatic 
Young Democrats Club; President of Garrett Ha 
Delta Zcta, Rush Chairman, Vice-President. 

HARVELL, MARGARET M. Walla 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Woman's Recreation Association. 



HASH, VERNA HORNBECK Berea, Ky. 

Art, B.S. 

HATCH, CHARLES M. Sanford 

Business Administration, A.B. 
University of North Carolina, Transfer Student; Delta 
Sigma Pi; Young Democrats Club; Phi Beta Lambda. 



SENIORS 



CAROLYN BEAM Vale 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Lutheran Student Association, 
Vice-President, President; Inter-Religious Council. 



HEDGECOCK. ROGER DALE 
Business, B.S. 
Basketball; Baseball. 



Rock)' Mount 



HEDGEPETH, JUDITH C. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Woman's Glee Club; National Education Association; 
Association For Childhood Education; Student Counselor; 
House Council. 



HEDiMAN, SHIRLEY RUTH Wilmington. Del. 

Sociology. A.B. 
Modern Dance Club; Sigma Tau Sigma. 

HELMS, JESSE GORE, JR. Charlotte 

Geography, A.B. 



Camp Lejeune 



HENRY, GIRTON EDWARD 
Art, B.S. 
Delta Phi Delta. 

HERRING, ANNA N. Ros( 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Student National Edu 

HEWETT, DONNIE G. Sha 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Campbell College. Transfe; 
National Education Associ 



HICKS, HOWARD MASON 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Men's Glee Club. 




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HICKS, LETTLE DIANE 

Primary Education, 



., MEREDITH BYRD Kinston 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Ph! Omicron; Student Counselor. 

KLE. JOAN CAROL Thomasville 

Business Administration, A.B. 




HOBGOOD, LINDA P. Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Dormitory Officer; College Marshal. 

HODGE, PAMELA R. Charlotte 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Edu- 
cation Association: Delta Zeta. 

HODGES, JIMMY T. Washington 

History, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Circle K Club; Young Democrats 
Club; Dormitory Officer; Student National Education Asso- 
ciation, Student Government. Senator. 



HODGES, JOHN R. 



Business, A.B. 



Greenville 



Washington 



HODGES, KATHERINE B. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Scholarship Chairman; Young Democrats 
Club; Student National Education Association. National Edu- 
cation Association, East Carolinian. 

HOFSTETTER, DIANA L. Fort Bragg 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda, Young Democrats Club. 

HOLBERT, RICHARD M. Greenville 

Business Administration, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi; Delta Sigma Pi, Assistant Treasurer, 
Treasurer, Chancellor. 

HOLLAND. BENJAMIN F. Suffolk, Va. 

Biology, A.B. 
Theta Chi. 




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HOLLAND, PATRICIA A. 

Student National Education 

HOLMES, JAMES L. 

Business, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha, House Manager, Pledge Trainer, 

HOLT, CORNELIA G. 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Varsity Cheerleader; Sigma Sigma Sigma. Rush Chaii 
cation Association; Buccaneer; Dormitory Officer. 



HOLT, MICHAEL L. 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Intramurals; Pi Kappa Phi; Physical Education Majors Club. 



HONEYCUTT, NANCY J. 



HOOKER, DOUGLAS H 



Historj', A.B. 



Salem, N.J. 



HOOKER, LILLIAN N. 



Pilot Mountain 
Music, B.M. 
d; Symphonic Band; Majorette; Chapel Choir; Dormitory 



HOOKS, MARGARET D. 

Student Nurses Association 
HOOKS, MINNIE D. 

Sigma Tau Delta; Student Natic 



English, B.S. 




HOOPER, BRENDA G. Yanceyvillc 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
for Childhood Education; Chapel Choir; 
' ' ' ' ' Flight; Executive 



Glee Club, Secretary; An 



HOPKINS, JUDITH M. Lewes 

Business Education, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi: Phi Beta Lambda; Women's Chon 
dent National Education Association. 



HORTON, AIARY A. Durham 

Primary Education, B.S. 
E.1JI Carolinian; Student National Education Association; 
Woman's Chorus. 

HORTON, ROBERT V. Fayetteville 

Business, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi. 




SENIORS 



Jacksonville 



HOWELL, CARLTON D. 

Nursing, B.S.N. 
Student Nurses Association, Vice-President. 

HOWELL, JACQULINE S. Fran 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Majorette; Home Economics Club; College Uni< 



HOWELL, JUDITH L. High Point 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Student Government Association; Marshal; Student Na- 
tional Education Association; College Singers, Chapel 
Choir; Kappa Delta. 

HOWERIN, WILLIAM L. Hobgood 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Physical Education Major's Club, Phi Epsilon Kappa. 





HUDSON, CATHERINE E. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Edu 
ation; Library Club. 

HUMPHERY, LINDA W. 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 







Student Nal 



MARY E. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
tional Education Association. 



Greenville 



HUNNING, LINDA R. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Kappa Delta, Treasurer, President; President of Women 
Day Students, Student Government Association, Senator; 
North Carolina College Queen; Sigma Tau Sigma; Stu- 
dent National Education Association; WHO^S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES. 



HUNTER, WAYLAND G. Hertford 

Social Studies, B.S. 

Varsity Baseball; Physical Education Majors Club. 

HUNTLEY, CAROL A. Wadesboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for 
Childhood Education. 

HUTZLER, ALVIN B. Richmond, Va. 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement. 

JAMES, HELEN P. Charlotte 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association For 
Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club; Retel. 









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IRVIN, JUDITH A. 



IRVIN, LINDA R. 

Chemistry. A.B. 
Science Club. 



IVEY, LARRY T. 



Indu 



Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau 



JACKSON, BETTE H. 

Grammar Education. B.S. 
Baptist Student Union, Vice-President, Educati 
man; Sigma Tau Sigma; Tau Sigma, Reporte 
National Education Association. 



lACKSON, CHARLES T. Wnshineton 

Art, B.S. 
Student Theatrical Productions. 

JACKSON. JAMES P. Goldsboro 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; King Youth Fellowship, Vice-President. 

JACKSON, THELMA J. RobersonviUe 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association For 
Childhood Education. 

JACOBS, BRENDA A. Elizabeth City 

Music, B.M.E. 
College Choir; Sigma Alpha Iota. Chaplain; Editor Choral 
Union; D.jrmitory Officer. 



JAMES. EDNA L. 

Business, B.S. 
Pfeiffcr College. Transfer Student 



JENKINS, BARBARA C. 

Primary Education. 



JENKINS, FLOYD P., JR. 

Mathematics. A.: 




Towering construction e- 
quipment marks the rapid- 
ly changing skyline at East 
Carolina College. 



JERNIGAN, MARILYN L. 

Grammar Education, 
Association for Childhood Educati 
Education Association. 



JERNIGAN, RAYMOND A. 

Business Administration, A.B. 

JOHNSON, BARBARA J. ! 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Educ 
ation; Association for Childhood Educatic 
Recreation Association. 



JOHNSON, BARBARA S. Fayetteville 

English, A.B. 
Dormitory Counselor; Aquanymphs, Publicity Chairman. 

JOHNSON, DIANNE C. King 
Business, B.S. 

Student National Education Association; Alpha Omicron 

Pi, Rush Chairman. Song Leader; Phi Beta Lambda. 




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JOHNSON, ELOISE A. Coats 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Westminster Fellowship, Vice-Moderator; Women's Glee Club; 
Student National Education Association: Dormitory Officer. 



JOHNSON, FRANCIS J. 

English, B.S 



JOHNSON, JOSEPH T. 



Alexandria, Va. 



JOHNSON, JOYCE 



Nursing, BS.N. 



JOHNSON, JOYCE I, North Vi'ilksboro 

Sociology, A.B. 
High Point College. Transfer Student. 

JOHNSON, JUDITH C. Kinslnn 

Music, B.M.E. 

College Choir; Chapel Choir; Choral Union; College Singers: 

Music Educators National Conference; Women's Honor Council; 

Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms; Junior Class 

JOHNSON, MELONIE Madisonville 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Historical Society. Historian; Student Na- 
tional Education Association. 




SENIORS 



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JOHNSON. PEGGY J. Newton Gro\e 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association, Association for 
Childhood Education; Free Will Baptist Fellowship. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT K. Hot Springs, Ark. 

Education, B.S. 



JOHNSTON, SHIRLEY A. 

Primary Education, 

JONES, BILLY F. 

Mathematics, A.l 
Mathematics Cluh: College Un 



JONES, BRENDA M. Washington 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Varsity Band; Theatre Dance; Student National Edu- 
cational Association; Student North Carolina Educational 






JONES. ERNEST W., JR. McLean, Va. 

Business Administration, A.B. 



JONES, GLENDA J. 



Education Associa 



, Officer; Student Na 



JONES, JOHN G. 

Secondary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Nu, Young Democrats Club. 

JONES, LINDA H. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Educational Association 








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JONES, MICHAEL BISHOP Sn.nv Hill 

History, B.S. 

lONES. ROBERT ALTON Sw.msboro 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Theta Chi, Chaplain, Rush Chairman; Industrial Arts 
Club; Psychology Club; Young Democrats club, 

JONES. WALTER LOUIS Randleman 

Art, B.S. 
Art Club, Vice President; Delta Phi Delta; Phi Sigma Pi; 
College Artists, President; Rebel, Art Editor; Associated 
Artists of North Carolina; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 

JORDAN, PHILIP T., |R. MoheKan, N.V. 

Histor)', B.S. 
W.W.W.S.-F.M.: Air Force Resenc Officer Training 
Girp; Newman Club. V,ce President; Young Democrats 
Club. 



Rocky Moun 




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JOYNER. CAROL ANN 

Primarj- Education, B.S. 
Student Counselor; East Carolinian; Marshal; Junior 
Class, Secretary; Buccaneer; Association For Childhood 
Education; Student National Education Association; Co- 
Editor of The Key; Student Government Association, 
Budget Committee, External Affairs Committee; Alpha 
Phi, Philanthropy, Vice-President; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES AND COLLEGES. 

JOYNER, DONALD REID Greenville 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corp., Arnold Air 
Society, Executive Officer. 

JOYNER, JILL COLVIN Vanceboro 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Cotton Hall, Vice-President. 

lOYNER, MARGARET GAIL Rocky Mount 

Art, B.S. 
College Artists Association; Delta Phi Delta; Student 
National Education Association. 



L. DONNA LORAINE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
East Carolinian. 

L, HAZEL TYNDALL 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Math Club; Library Science Club; Studen 



V Castle, Del. 
Manager, Vice- 



L. SAM AIMAN Ne 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Men's Glee Club; Phi Kappa Tau, Housi 
President; Men's Judiciary, Vice-Chair 
Honor Council; History Club; Orientation Counselor; 
Student National Education Association; Semper Fi- 
delis Society; Inter-Fraternity Council, Editor of Rush 
Pamphlet, Secretary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 



N, JUDY ANNE 

Business, A.B. 
Meredith College, Transfer; Buccal 
Young Democrats Club. 



Goldsbor: 



Phi Beta Lambda 



Dr. Arthur 

Schlesesinger 

Heads 

Campus 

Lecture 

Series 

for Winter 

Quarter. 



T. LESLEY BRITTAIN 

Grammar Ed 

Alpha Delt: 



Honor Council 



; Cheerleader; Studi 
Woman's Honor ( 
Panhellenic, Treasure 

>n; Woman's Chorus. 



Student National 



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KILLIAM, LINDA ELIZABETH Terrell 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, President; Student Government Associ- 
ation, Senator, Entertainment Committee; College Marshal; 
Dean's Advisory Council; Chief Cheerleader; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 

KILPATRICK, SHELBY M. hanhoe 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron; Kappa Delta Pi; Stu- 
dent National Education Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 





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KIMMEL, JOSEPH JOCOBS 

Science, A.B. 

KINARD, BETTY JOHN 

Art, B.S. 
College Artists Association; Studen 
sociation; Baptist Student Union; 
Union; Publicity Committee, Fine 
Democrats Club; National Societ 



Richmond, Va 



Summer Offi< 
/ of Interior 





KING, NORA J. Bear Creek 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Home Economics Club. 

KINLAW, DANIEL V. Fayetteville 

Grammar Education. B.S. 

KIRKLAND, JOSEPH B., JR. Petersburg, Va. 

History, A.B. 
Arnold Air Society; Historical Society, Vice-President; West- 
minster Fellowship, Vice-Moderator; WWWS-FM; Interdormi- 



KLINGMAN, CHARLES R. 
Busii 
Phi Beta Lambda. 



DA S. 



Delt, 



Alpha 
LAMB, BYAS C, JR. 

Society for the Advan 

LAMBETH, DORIS J. 

Dormitory 
Social Chaii 



Russian Dancers Perform on Campus. 



Bailey 



Elizabeth City 
; Kappa Delta Pi. 



LAMM, DONNA S. 

Primary Edi: 
Youn§ Republicans Club 



LAMM, LEVERNA E. 

English, B.S. 
Student National Education Assoc 

LAND, HENRY H. 

Business Adn 



LAND, HOWARD D., JR. Newport News, Va. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi; Air Force Officer Training Corps, 
Drill Team. 

LANDIN, CAROLYN A. Elm City 

Business, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Phi Beta Lambda; 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Recording Secretary. Corresponding 
Secretary; House Council, Dormitory Officer. 



LANE, HILDA A. 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi; Student Counselor. 



GDON, BARBARA 

Hon 

Home Economics Club; Alpha Xi Delta. Schola 
Chairman; Corresponding Secretary. 



Washington 




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LANGDON, NANCY R 

Physical Ed 
Physical Education Maj 



ion, B.S. 
Club; Women's 
President, President. 



LANGSTON, FREDERICK M. 

Business. A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi. 






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LANNING, KERMIT P. 
Pre-La« 
History Club; Young Republic 

LARSON, JAYNE K. 

Primary Edu 
Student National Education Association. 

LASSITER, CAROLE A. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Stu 
cation Association; North Carolina Educatic 

LASSITER, JANICE F. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



LASSITER, RUSSELL L. 

Business Administrati 



Lexington 



LASSITER, TED A. 



cal Education Ma 

LAUGHTER, JANICE I. Greenville 

Education, B.S. 
Woman's College, Transfer Student; Kappa Delta, Treasurer; 
Student National Education Association; Bucc.ineer; Easl 
Caioliniun. 



SENIORS 



LAWRENCE, KERMIT W,, JR. 

Geography, A,B. 

LAW, WILLIAM G. 

History, A.B. 
Philosophy Club; History Club; Intr 



LAYNE, MARY H. Smithfie 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student Educatic 
Association; Women's Recreation Association. 



Greenville 
Bayside, N.Y. 



LAZUR, JOHN J. 



LEARY, EVA L. Shilol- 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron, Tau Sigma 

LEARY, WAYNE S. Gregor) 

Mathematics, A.B. 

LECOUR, ROBERT E. Basking Ridge, N.J 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Phi Epsilon Kappa, Secretary; InterDormitory Council 
Treasurer; Varsity Cross-Country; Varsity Indoor Track 
Gymnastic Club; Weight lifting Club; Men's Glee Club 
Physical Education Majors Club; Senior Class Treasurer 
Dormitory Officer. Student Government Representative 



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LEE, DOLORIS P. 

Home Economics, 



Polkton 







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"These College Union Birth- 
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LEWIS, MARY RUTH Winnabow 

Home Economics, B.S, 
Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Home Economics Club. 

LEWIS, RUBIE JACOB, JR. Clinton 

Art; B.S. 
Chowm College. Transfer Student; Varsity Football. 



LEWIS, STARR SHERMAN High Point 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association For Child- 
hood Education. 

LIMER, LARRY Warrenton 

History, B.S. 

Young Democrats Club; Historical Society; National Railway 

Historical Society; Student Government Association, Senator; 

Men's Honor Judiciary Council; WWWS-FM; Eail Carnlinun 

LIVINGSTON, ELSA RUTH White Oal< 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 



lident. 
Four Oaks 



LEE, JULIUS DONOR 

Business, A.B. 
College Choir; King Youth Fellowship. Pre 

LEE, LOU CAROLYN 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Sti 
Education Association. 



LEE, LLA JANE Four Oaks 

Home Economics, B.S. 
KINGS Youth Fellowship; Woman's Chorus; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. Secretary; Student National Education As- 
sociation; Wilson Hall Social Chairman. 



LEFTWICH, JAMES W., JR. Vi 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 

Fellowship of Christian Athletics; Varsity 



ton, Va. 
Football. 

Oxford 



LEGGETT, DONNA Y. 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Secretary of Freshman Class; Vice-President of Sophomore 
Class; Student Counselor; Student Government Associ- 
ation. Senator; Co-Editor of '53 Buccaneer: Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Student National Education Association; 
Baptist Student Union. 



LEGGETT, MARTHA ELIZABETH 
Primary Education, B.S. 



Hobgood 



Student Nat 
Childhood Ed 
Chorus. 



Tau Sigma; Student 

ociation. 

HYACINTH V. Mebane 

Primary Education, B.S. 
ional Education Association; Association of 
Young Democrats Club; Women's 



LEO, ALFRED FRANK 

Psychology, A.B. 
Air Force Reserve Officer Traininj 



Corps; Arnold Aii 



CHER, CLAYTON O. 

Psychology, A.B. 
Young Democrats Club; Psychology Club. 

'IS, LYLE BURWELL 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club, Treasurer; Epsilon 



Havelock 
Tau, Secre- 




LIVINGSTON, ROBERT D. 



Newport News, 'Va. 
B. 
Training Corps; Drill Team; 








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Stratford, N.J. 



LOCKAMY, ALFRED HENRY 

English, B.S. 
Louisburg College; Transfer Student. 

LONG, JEROME AtYRON 

Histor)', B.S. 
History Club: Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

LONG, KATHRYN WOOD Elizabeth City 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association of Child- 
hood Education; Women's Glee Club; Student Counselor; 



LUCAS, NANCY JEAN Wilmingt 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Wilmington College, Transfer; Student National Educati 



LUMPKINS, MARY A. O. Oxford 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Student Counselor. 

LYBRAND, W. MARTIN Marietta, S.C 

Physical Education, B.S. 



Seniors Anticipate May Graduation 



MADDOX, BARBARA SUE Sanford 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi, Chaplain. Student Counselor; Student Na- 
tional Education Association; Association of Childhood 
Education; Women's Recreational Association; Student 
Government Association. Day Student Legislaturer. 



MADRIN, MARILYN JONES 
Grammar Educati( 
Alpha Phi; National Ed 
lina Education Associatii 



Elizabeth City 
1, B.S. 

Student Nati 



lAAL JAMES EDWARD Charlotte 

Industrial Arts and Business, B.S. 
LEES-McRAE College, Transfer Student; Intcr-Dormitory 
Council; Floor Representative. Most Outstanding Member 
Floor Mana.ger. Dormitory Court, Vice-President, Presi- 
dent; Men's Judiciary; Honor Council; Dean's Ad- 
visory Council; Industrial Arts Club; Student Govern- 
ment Association. Orientation Councilor, Sum- 
mer School President. Regular Term President; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- 
VERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



MAIER, HAROLD J., JR. 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Belmont Abbey, Transfer Student. 

MAJETTE, WILLIAM CARLTON 
Chemistry, A.B. 
Transfer Student. 



Belmont 



Yorktown, 'Va. 



MALLONEE, MARCIA C. Candh 

Primar)' Education, B.S. 
AsheviUe-Biltmore College, Transfer Student; Student N, 
tional Educational Association. 

MANGUM, KAY FRANCES Monrt 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Woman's Chore 

MANN, TERESA LYNN New Bei 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; North Carolii 
Education Association; National Education Associatio 
Student Counselor. 

MANNING, BERTHA JANE Middlesi 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student Natior 
Education Association. 





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MANSFIELD, ERVIN E. Hertford 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Varsity Track; Intramurals, 

MANTOOTH, BRENDA C. Goldsboro 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Tau Sigma, Secretary; Student National Education Associ- 
ation; Association for Childhood Education; Student Coun- 
selor: Dormitory Officer. 

MANUEL, JESSE W., JR. Draper 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Sigma Nu, Chaplain; Men's Glee Club. 

MARBRY. BRENDA P. Albemarle 

Mathematics, B.S. 
House Council; Womens Chorus; Wesley Foundation 
Council; Mathematics Club. 



AfARECHAL, DEANNA J. Roanok 

Psvcholog)', A.B. 
Averett Junior College, Transfer Student; Woma: 
Club; Canteburj- Club. 

MARKUM, DONNA M. Norfol 



sociation; Association for Childhood Education; Col- 
lege Artists Association; Deans Advisory Council; Wom- 
ens Judiciary Council; Womens House Council; Stu- 



MARR, SHELIA C, 



MARTIN, CHARLIE ^L 



Cerro Gordo 
Physical Education, B.S. 
Junior Class, Vice President; Circle K Club, Secretary, 
Board of Directors; Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, President; 
Student Counselor: Physical Education Majors Club; Inter- 
Fraternity Council, Representative. 



MARTIN, DIANE S. Wilmington. Del. 

Business Education, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi; Baptist Student Union; Womens Recreation 
Association; Dormitory Officer. 

MARTIN. lAMES T., JR. Haw River 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Phi, Historian; Young Democrats Club; Circle 
K Club; Student National Education Association; Mathe- 
matics Club; Student Government, Senator. 



SENIORS 



MARTIN, JOSEPH M. Chark 

Music, B.M. 
Varsity Band; Symphonic Band, President; Dance Ba 
Orchestra, President; Choral Union Marching Band, Pi 
dent; Phi Mu Alpha, Music Director. 

MARTIN, ROBERT L., JR. 

Mathematics. B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Young Democrats Club. 



MASON, CHARLES L. Virginia Beach, Pa 

Business Administration, A.B. 

MASON, JACK M., IR. Wilmington 

History, B.S. 
Cantebury Club; Philosophy Club; Young Democrats Club. 

MASON, KENNETH R. Tarboro 

Business Administration. A.B. 
Louisburg College, Transfer Student; Delta Sigma Pi. 



MASSENGILL. EDNA L. 

Grammar Educ 
Student National Education Ass 
hood Education. 



Four Oaks 
B.S. 
m; Association For Child 





MASSEY, DAVID E. Ahoskie 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda 

MATTHEWS, JUDITH A. Williamston 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Association For 
Childhood Education; Student National Education Associ- 



MAUNEY, FRED D. 

Psychology, A.B. 
Psychology Club; Gardner-Webb ( 
dent. 

MAYO, CLAYTON B. 

Chemistry, A.B. 
Chi Beta Phi. 



Chocowinity 



Shelby 
nsfer Stu- 



SENIORS 



McCLENNY, JOHN W. G 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, Dri 
Group Commander, Arnold Air Society. 

McCOMBS, DORIS A. N< 

Primary Education, B.S. 



McCULLEN, MARIANA S. 

Primary Educatioi 
Association for Childhood Edu 



MAYS, FREDERICK W. 

History. 
Student National Educal 
Union, Executive Coui 



McCASKILL, CLARENCE H. Candor 

Business, B.S. 
The Key, Managing Editor; College Union, Reporter 
Chairman Special Projects Committee; Phi Beta Lambda 
Dean's Advisory Council; Senior Class. Vice-President 
Westminster Fello-wship; Young Friends; Young De 
mocrals Club; Student National Education Association 
North Carolina Volunteers; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

McCLENEY, FRANCES A. Chadbourn 

English, Library Science, B.S. 
Womens Glee Club; Library Club; Baptist Student Union; 



McGEE, JERRY E. 

Health and Physical Edu 



Rockingha 
l.S. 



McGOVERN, PATRICIA C. Wi 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Youni; Democrats Club, Student National Edu 



McGOWAN, MARTHA C. GreenMll. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Young Democrats Club; National Educatiur 

McIL'WEAN, BURNESS A. New Btrr 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; North Carolina Ass,,u 
ation of Health Physical Education and Recreation, Stitc 
Secretary; Alpha Phi. Activities Chairman; Aquanymphs 
Secretary-Treasurer. 



Symphonic 
Band Takes 
12th Annual 
Tour. 




McINTIRE, MARY S. 

Primarj' Educ 
Womens Chorus. 



Rich Square 



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McINTOSH, JAMES V. Atlantic 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Mars Hill College, Transfer Student: Alpha Phi Omega, His- 
torian, Sergeant-at-Arms; Industrial Arts Club; North Carohna 
Industrial Arts Association; American Industrial Arts Associ- 



McINTi'RE, RUBY E. Ivanhoe 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Chi Beta Phi; Student Counselor. 

Southern Pines 



ship Chairman, Recording S 
retary; Worhan's Honor Council, Vice-President, Secretary; Jo 
Honor Council, Secretary; Student Government Associatit 
Chairman Improvement Committee; Buccaneer. 



McKINNEY, PRISCILLA C. 

English, B.S. 



New York, N.Y. 



McKINNON, SCOTT Wrightsville Beach 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Wilmineton College, Transfer Student; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, Secretary. 

McLEAN, JAMES H. Maxton 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Student National Education Association; 
History Club. 

McLEMORE, DAVID A., JR. Garland 

. History, A.B. 
Philosophy Club; WWWS-FM, Program Director. 

McMINN, HIRAM D. Claymont, Del. 

Business Administration, A.B. 



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MEARES, KAY F. Fair Bluff 

English, B.S. 
Sigma Tau Delta. Vice-President, President; Baptist Student Union; Student National 
Education Association. 

MEE, THOMAS C. Raleigh 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 

Publications Board; Drill Team; Industrial Arts Club. 

MEEKS, KERDIS E. Fayetteville 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Student National Educational Association; Physical Education Majors Club, Treasurer. 



MELTON, VIRGINIA A. 

French, B.S. 
Meredith College, Transfer Student; Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

MERCER, SANDRA C. 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club, Reporter. 



MEWBORN, ROBERT D. 



MEWBORN, SANDRA F. Rocky Mount 

English, B.S. 
Women's Glee Club. 

MICHAEL, GREGORY G. Silver Spring, Md. 

English, B.S. 
Chi Omega. Historian, House Council, Student National Education Association, 
Sophomore Class Secretary. 



MIDGETT, JEFFREY G. 



Business Administr 



Nags Head 






MIDGETTE, EVAN JAMES 

Psychology, A.B. 
Psychology Club; Philosophy Club. 

MII.AZZO, SAMMIE J. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



MILLER. BARBARA A. Greenville 

French, A.B., B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha. 

MILLER, M. CAROLYN Lakeland, Fla. 

Psychology, A.B. 
East Carolinian; Psychology Club; Young Democrats Club; 
Alpha Delta Pi; Women s Recreational Association, Rep- 



Ferrante and 

Teicher 

Perform on 

ECC Campus. 






MILLER, LINWOOD R. 

Business, A.B. 
Goldey Beacom. Transfer Student. 



Bethel, Del. 



MILLER, MARILYN R. 



Rockingham 
3.S. 
Society of Interior Designers, 




MILLER, ROBERT P., JR. Salisbury 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Society for Advancement of Management, Vice-President. 
President; Circle K Club, Vice-President; Honor Coun- 
cil. Attorney General; Men's Judiciary, ViceChairman 
Young Democrats Club; Dormitory Counselor; Orientation 
Counselor; WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN UNI 
VERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

Randleman 



MILLIKAN, NANCY D. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Trar 
Student; Kappa Delta. Secretary; Student National I 
cation Association. Student Improvement Commi 



MILLIKIN, PATRICIA A. 

Primary Edu 
Cheerleader. 

MILLS, HAROLD J. 

Business Ed 
King Youth Fellowship. 



MIZE, KENNETH E. 

English, 




Charlottesville, Va 



MIZELL, ARLEN E. 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Theta Chi. 

MOBLEY, SANDRA F. 

Primary Edu 



MODLIN, FLORENCE E. Williamston 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student Nation.il 
Education Association. 

MODLIN, LOLA G. Jamesvillc 

Science, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 







MODLIN, RACHEL Jamesvillc 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education. 

iMONTICONE, WILLIAM G. Washington, D.C. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Phi Epsilon Pi; Epsilon Pi Tau. 

MOORE, DENNIS A. Emporia, Va 

Physical Education, B.S. 



MOORE, ELSIE M. Kinston 

English, B.S. 
Eajl Carolinian: Baptist StudentvUnion; Student National Edu. 
cation Association. 

iMOORE. EL'GENE W. Sumpter, S.C. 

Music. B.NL 
College Choir; College Singers; Chapel Choir, President; Music 
Educators National Conference; Baptist Student Union; Phi 
Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Historian. 



MOORE, LINDA R. 

Primary Education, B.S.- 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Theta Chi Dream Girl 

MOORING, BILLY R. 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club. Intramurals. 

MOORING, RUBELLE S. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 



Salisbur 








SENIORS 







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MORGAN, EMORY H., JR. 

Mathematics Club; Engineer 

MORRIS, EMMA F. 



Bergenfield, N.J. 



Creswell 
English, B.S. 
Library Science Club; Sigma Tau Delta, Vice-President; Women's Chorus; Young 
Democrats Club. 



MORRIS, FRANCES A. 

Physical Education, E 
Physical Education Majors Club; Sigma Sigma Sign 



Asheboro 



Student Counselor, 



MORRISON, WILMA 



MOSTELLER, JAMES N. 



Washington, D.C. 
Primary Education, B.S. 
ficer; Appalachian State Teachers College, Transfer Student. 



Business Administration, B.S. 
MOULTON, RALPH D., JR. 



MUDGE, NANCY E. 



MULL, NANCY A. 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Student National Education Assoc 
Band; Marching Pirates; Young Democrats Club. 



Virgil 



Fuquay Springs 



Varsity Band; Sympho 



MULLIS, CHARLES W. 



Business Admii 



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MURPHY, CARTER LEWIS Petersburg, Va. 

Science, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officer Araining Corps; Floor Manager. 
Math Club. 

MURRAY, JUDITH M. Virginia Beach, Va. 

History, B.S. 
Radford College, Transfer Student. 

MURRAY, PATRICIA LEE Silver Springs, Md. 

Art, B.S. 

MUSTIAN, MONROE D. Warrenton 

Business, B.S. 
Society for the Advancement of Management: Men's 
Judiciary, Summer School. 



NAYLOR, DORIS L\TSfN Dunn 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; National Student 
Education Association; Womans Chorus. 



NEILSON, CHARLES D., JR. 
English, B.S. 
Wilmington, College. Transfer Student. 



Salisbury 



NESBIT, MARCIA HUDSON 

Nursing, B.S.N. 
Ragsdale Hall, President; Honor Council; Alpha Xi 
Delta. Assistant Treasurer, President of Pledge Class; 
East Carolina Student Nurses Association. 

NEWELL, LESSIE JEAN S. Elizabeth City 

English, & French, A.B. & B.S. 



Elizabeth City 



NEWELL, Ti'RA LEE 

Business, A.B. 

NEWHOUSE, BARBARA N. Florham Park, N.J. 
Primary Education, B.S. 
National Student Education Association, Association for 
Childhood Education. Womens Chorus, House Coun- 



NEWTON, ANNE C. WOLFE Rehoboth, DeL 

Business, B.S. 
Choral Union. 



NEWTON, IRIS 

English, B.S. 
Student National Education Associa 
Delta: Young Democrats Club. 



Bayboro 
Sigma Tau 



NICHOLSON. JAS DAVID 

Industrial Arts, 
Industrial Arts Club. 



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NITTOL, RONALD 

W.W.W.S.-F.M.; VI. 
dent, Vice-President; 
sociation, Entertaini 
ductions. 


Elizabeth, N.I. 
HLstory, B.S. 
7.W.W.S.-T.V.; Broadcasting Guild. Presi- 
: Summer School Student Government As- 
Tient Committee; Student Theatrical Pro- 


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NORMAN, THOMAS 
Baseball Team. 


; w., JR. 

Science, A.B. 




Roper 


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NORMAN, WILLIAM 

Theta Chi. 


: G., JR. 

Business, A.B. 




Greenville 




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NORRIS, ANDREA HARRIS 

Social Studies, B.S 




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NORRIS, SUE ANN Tabor City 

Primary Education, B.S. 
VicePicsident of Women's Hall; Glee Club; Women's Chorus. Association of Child- 
hood Education; National Student Educational Association; National Education 
Association; Student Counselor; Women's Recreation Association. 



NORTHCOTT, NANCY LOU 

Primary Eciuc 
Student National Education Association. 


ation, B.S. 




Colerain 


NORTHINGTON, ROBERT, JR. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 




New Bern 


NORWOOD, GEORGE D. 

Social Stud 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 


ies, B.S. 




Greenville 


NUNN, MUCHAEL ANTHONY 

Business, 


A.B. 




Kinston 


OAKLEY, SARA E. 

Primarj- Educ 
Kappa Delta, National Educational Associ: 


ation, B.S. 




Greenville 


OCAIN, GEORGIA LOU 

Art, A.B. 
College Artists Association, Delta Phi Delta, President; Slay 
Judiciary; Dean's Advisory Council; National Society ol 


Hendersonville 

Dormitoo"; Woman's 
i Interior Designers. 


OGBURN, TIMOTHY C. 

Business 


, B.S. 




Garner 


OHANLON, EDWARD W. 

Special Educ 
Theta Chi, Historian. 


ition, B.S. 




Fayetteville 


OKERSTROM, NANCY SUE 

English, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; National Educational Association. 


Lake Worth, Fla. 


OLIVE, ELIZA GRAHAM 

Mathematics, 
Math Club: Student National Education 
Beta Phi. 


A.B., B.S. 

Association; Young 


Democr; 


Winterville 
Its Club. Chi 


OLSEN, EDWIN ROBERT 

History, 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 


B.S'. 


Green 


wich, Conn. 

















OSBORNE, CAROLYN FAYE Pinelowii 

Enslish, B.S. 
Dean's List; Honor Roll; Sigma Tau Delta; Free Will Baptist 
Fellowship; Student National Education Association; Junior Na- 
tional Council of Teachers of English. 



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OSTWALT, CHARLOTTE H. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
■Young Democrats Club; Student Natior 
ciation; Womens Recreation Association. 

OVERMAN, RAYMOND DALE 

Math, B.S. 
Math Club. 

OWEN, DOUGLAS WEBB 

Business Administration, A 

OWEN, WILLIAM F. 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Physical Eduotion Majors Club, Intramuca 



Raleigh 
tion Asso- 



Gastonia 
Angier 



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PACE, IDA P. Durham 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Baptist Student Union; Phi Omi- 
cron. President. 

PADGETT, J. AARON Maple Hill 

Biology, B.S. 
Chi Beta Phi; Edinboro State College, Transfer Student. 

PAGE, JUDITH R. Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Student National Education Association. 

PARKER, CHARLES C. Danville, Va 

Psychology, A.B. 
Marching Band; Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. 



PARIS, BRYANT D. 

Psychology, A.B 
Young Democrats Club. 

PARISHER, VERA D. 

English, B.S. 
Student National Education Associati( 

PARKER, MARIAN I. 

Nursing, B.S.N. 

PARKER, MARY L. 



Eail Carolinian. 



Washington 







PARKS, CAROLYN L. 

Primary Ed 



RISH, BILLIE W. Louisburg 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Delta Zeta, Social Chairman, Panhellenic Delegate; Home 
Economics Club; Pi Kappa Phi Rose Queen; House 



Cheerleaders Sell 95 Crates of 



SENIORS 




















PARRISH, 


FRANCES B. 

Elementary Education 


Greenv 
, B.S. 


ille 








PARRISH. 


GEORGE W. 

Sociology, A.B. 


Greenv 


ille 


PARROTT, ROBERT D. 

Business 


i, A.B. 




Oxford 


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PASCAL, STEPHANIE E. 

Nursing, B.S.N. 
Nurses Club; Alpha Xi Delta; Cantebu. 
Government. Special Events Committee: 
Treasurer. 

PATE, HILDA R 

English, B.S. 
Kappa Delta Pi; Student National Educa 


Raleigh 

y Club; Student 
Freshman Class 

Snow Hill 
ition Association. 


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PATE, JUDITH B. 

Primary Edu< 


ration, B.S. 


Will 


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PATE, SHYRLYNN A. Burlinj;ton 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. Hall Proctor-Wilson 



Shawboro 



Hall. 



PATRICK, EVELYN D. 

Music Education, B.M.E: 
Baptist Student Union; Chorus Director. President, Treasurer; 
Chapel Choir; College Choir; Choral Union; Music Educators 
National Conference; Garrett Dormitory. Vice-President. 



PATTERSON. CARLYLE B. 
Business Edu 



Thomasville 





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PATTERSON. JOHN AVEY Wytheville. Va. 

Music. BME 
Music Educators National Conference; Varsity Band; Phi Mu 
Alpha; Treasurer; Recording Secretary; Marching Pirates; Sym- 
phonic Band; Student Theatrical Productions. 



PATTERSON. MARTHA ANN 
Primary Educatior 



B.S. 



PATTERSON, MARTHA KAY Carthaj 

History, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; North Carolina Association 
Health. Physical Education and Recreation; Women's Recreatit 
Association; Student National Education Association, 



PAUL, IRA BRYAN 



Psychology, 



Washington 



Tangerines to Boost Bowl Spirit. 



PAIFL, PATRICIA E. Bethesda, ^ 

Physical Education. B.S. 
Womans Recreation Association, Sigma, Sigma, Sig: 
Eiift Carolinijn, Advertising Manager; Student Govt 
ment Association. Senator; Physical Education Ma 
Club. 

PAYLOR, HARRIETT LEE 

Primary Edu 

Aquanymphs. Publicity Chairman; Vice-President. Jar\'is 
Dormitory; Student National Education Association; 
Association of Childhood Education; Young Democrats 
Club; President; Jar\is Dormitory-. 



PAYNE, GLENN NORMAN 
anish, A.B. 



PAYNE, JUDY M. 

Elementary Edi 
Student National Educat 



PEARCE, DWIGHT WAYNE 

English, B.S. 

ReM, Poetry Editor. Copy Ed 

Carolina Playhc " ' ' 



PEARSON, ROBERT A. 

Industrial Arts, 1 
Inter-dormitory Council Reprt 



PECK, WILLIAM EDWIN 

History, A.B. 

East Carolinian, News Editor. Photographer. Associ 

itor, Editor; Circle K Club, Men's Honor Council, Publ 
Defender; Men's Judiciary, Vice-Chairman; Day Studei 
Senator. National Student Association, Co-ordinator, N; 
tional Convention; Sigma Tau Sigma, President; Dean 
Advisory Council. 

PEEDIN. LINDA ANN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education 
Education Association. 

PEEDIN, REBECCA GAIL 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 




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PEELE, MARY EMMA Williarr 

Art, A.B. 
Home Economics Club; Art Club; National Society of In 
Designers, Secretary. 

PEELE, NANCY ELEANOR Lew 

Primary Education, B.S. 



PENUEL, BOBBY GLENN Grifton 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

PERDUE, JAMES MAURICE Louisburg 

English, B.S. 

PERKINS, FLORENCE L. Gatesville 

English, B.S. 
Library Club: English Club; North Carolina Education; Associ- 

PERRY, PEGGY FISCHER Lynchburg 

Spanish, B.S. 
Deans Advisory Council; Student Government Association; Urn- 
stead Hall President; Women's Judiciary; Student Counselor; 
Sigma Pi Alpha. Vice-President, President; Sigma Tau Sigma. 
Secrctar>', Treasurer; Student National Education Association; 
Psychology Club. 



PETERS, WAYNE ARNOLD 

Geography, A.B. 

PETERSON, SARAH G. 

Primary Education, I 



Richmond, Va 



Raleigh 







Student National Education Association; Ragsdale 1 
tary-Treasurer, House Council; Delta Zeta; House Manager; 
Woman's Judiciary. 




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SENIORS 




PHILLIPS, CAROLYN M. F. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education, President; Student Natioi 
tion. State Corresponding Secretary; Angel Flight; College Uni 


Fayetteville 

nal Education Associa- 
ion. Social Committee. 


PHILLIPS, LARRY LEE 

Business, B.S. 

Ajr Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society; 
Team, Student Theatrical Productions. 


Fayetteville 
Ed.tor of T.ger. Drill 


PINION, DOROTHY LEE 

Business Education, B.S 


New London 


PINION, MILDRED RUTH 

Business Education, B.S. 


New London 


POOLE, ERIC LYNN 

Geography, A.B. 


High Point 


POPE, WILLIAM TROY 

Chemistry, A.B. 


Lucam.i 


PORTER, CHARLES A. 

Music, B.M.E. 
WWWS-FM. Manager; Campus Orchestra. 


Elizabeth City 


POWELL, BEVERLY MEADE 

Kappa Delta Pi. 


Greenville 


POWELL, DANIEL A. 


Rocky Mount 



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POWELL, MARY K. Raleigl 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Commander Angel Flight: Marching Band; Varsity Band 
Choral Union. 

PRICE, ANNA K. Monro( 

Business, B.S. 
onal Education Association; Phi Beta Lambda 
President; Student Counselor. 



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Mount Olive 



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PRICE, PEGGY J. 

Primary Education, B.S, 
Student National Education Association; Association fo 
Childhood Education, Secretary; Free Will Baptist Fellow 
ship. 



PRIDGEN, JOSEPH H. 

Accounting, A.B. 



J 
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Pinetop: 



PRIDGEN, JUDY C. 

English, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Junior Mennbei 
National Council of Teachers of English; 
Sigma; Junior Member North Carolina Engl 
Women's Chorus. 



PURYEAR, CHARLES C. Greenville 

History, A.B. 

PURYEAR, FRANKLIN G. Greenville 

Accounting, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi. 

PUSSER, HERMAN L. West End 

Science, B.S. 

QUEEN, MARGARET J. Washington, D.C. 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 



QUINN, COLON K. 

Business, A.B. 
Varsity Football, Fellowship of Christi, 

RADFORD, LYNDA F. 

Primary Education, B.S 
Association for Childhood Education 
Education Association; House Council. 




PROUT, REBECCA S. 

English, B.S 

PUGH, ANN G. 



RAGSDALE, JEWELL L 

English, 
Publicity Committee. 

RAGLAND, KAY M. 

Business Adminii 






RAYNOR, WILLIAM M. Lakeland. FI 

Business, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Ideal Pledge. Historian. President; Junior Class Senator; Summ 
School Day Student Senator; Board of Directors. 1964 Buccaneer Qi 



REAVIS, GID MACON JR. 



REBER, THOMAS EDWARD 



en Pageant. 
Warrenton 



Psychology, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman, House Manager; 
ative. Rush Chairman; Psychology Club. 



REEVES, BETTY JANE 



Nazareth, Pa. 
ouncil Represent- 



Women's Glee Club. 



REGELMANN, KENNETH E. 

Business Accounting, A.B. 



REGES, ROGER DIXON 

Varsity Basketball. 



Physical Ed 



REICHELDERFER, ELAINE 



RESPESS, SARAH A. 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Math Club, Women's Recreation Association, Student Nati 



Newport News, Va 



Orwigsburg, Pa. 



al Edu 



Association. 
Fayetteville 



RESSEGUIE, GEORGE 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer, Intramural Chairman, Publicity Chairman; Circle K Club; 
Freshman Swimming, Orientation Counselor, Air Force Reserve Officer Training 



RHODES, STALLS SANDRA Washington 

English, B.S. 
Social Chairman of Umstead Hall, President of Garrett Hall, House Commi 
Advisory Council, Women's Judiciary. 



RICH, SYBIL JO 

Student National 
RIDEOUT, PEGGY LEE 

Student Nurses Associatic 



Dean's 
Bladenboro 



Nursing Edu 



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RIDOUTT, SANDRA H. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi. Student National Edw 
Meredith College, Transfer Student. 




New Bern 




fMkd^itMak^ 



RIGSBEE. DOROTHY D. 

Primary Education, B.S. 



Chapel Hill 

Kinston 

Annapolis, Md. 

Grccnville 



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RITTER, ALAN W. Ahoskie 

Malhemalics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Young Democrats Club; Varsity Track; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Historian; Student Government; Sen- 



ROBBINS, EVERETTE A Goldsboro 

Business Administration, B.S. 

ROBBINS, JOHNNIE M., JR. Norfolk. Va 

Social Studies, B.S. 

ROBERSON, RICHARD J. Robersonville 

Science, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps; Arnold Air 
Society, Commander; Color Guard. 



ROBERSON, WILLIAM F. 

Accounting. A. 
Baptist Student Union, Treasure 
Alpha Phi Omega. Chaplain; Va] 



Alpha 



ROBERTS, IRWIN C, JR. Jacksonvill. 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha; Freshman Football; Physical Educatioi 
Majors Club. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES U. CharlotK 

Biology, B.S. 

ROCK, HELEN V. West Chesapeake, Va 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education, Student Nationa 
Education Association. 



Shreveport, La. 



ROGERS, CATHERINE 

Art, A.l 

Cantebury Club; Art Club; Centenary College of La., 
Transfer Student. 

ROGERS. DOROTHY K. Robersonville 

Priman- Education, B.S. 

ROGERS, JOHN M. Williamston 

Mathematics, A.B. 

ROGERS, MARY F. Williamston 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Student National Edu- 
cation Association, Women's Recreational Association. 



SENIORS 



ROGERSON, BARBARA F. 

Home Economics, B.S 
Home Economics Club; Angel Flight. 



ROGERSON, WILEY B., JR. Robersonville 

Industrial Arts, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

ROPER, LINWOOD W., JR. Raleigh 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Phi; Society for the Advancement of Management, 
President, Treasurer, Program Chairman. 



ROSE, JOSEPH F. 



3ke Rapids 



La Grange 



ROUSE, SUE NEIL 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi. Secretary: Association for Childhood Education; 
Student National Education Association. 





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ROUSE, TONY Newport News, Va. 

Mathematics, A.B. 

ROUSE, WILLARD ANN Seven Spring; 

Physical Education, B.S. 
^^^y^ej* Women's Recreation Association; North Carolina Association oi 

^ ^ \ ' Health, Physical Education and Recreation; American Associa- 

•^ '" tion of Health, Physical Education and Recreation; Gymnastics 

•V Club; Physical Education Majors Club; Student National Educa- 

tion Association; Ragsdale Dormitory Officer. 

ROUSH, JUDY A. Rural Hall 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; MiUigan College, 
Transfer Student. 

ROWLAND, GERALD B. 

Business Admii 






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ROYSTER, ROBERT W. Oxford 

Business, A.B. 
Young Republicans Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Rush Chairman, 
House Manager. 

RUDISILL, LARRY R. Hickorj- 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Lutheran Student Association; Varsity Foot- 
ball; Young Republican Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; 
Physical Education Majors Club. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM W. Hubert 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 



Linda Carol Daniels Crowned 



RYAN, ROBERT L. Richmond, Va 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Varsity Football; Chowan College, Transfer Student. 

SANDERS. THOMAS H. Richland' 

Accounting, A.B. 
Society for Advancement of Management; Phi Sigma Pi; Phi 
Beta Lambda. 



SANDERSON, LEON M. \ 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Marsh Hill College, Transfer Student. 

SAUNDERS, GORDON L. Suffoll 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 

SAUNDERS, WILLIAM J. Elizabetl 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Circle K Club; Industrial Arts Club, President; Epsilon 
Vice-President. 



SAUVAGEAU, DELIA A. Greens! 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 
Dormitory Officer; Women's Recreation Association; / 
nymphs; Physical Education Majors Club; Women's Judic 

SAVAGE, JERRY G. Cot 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Intramurals; Wingate College, Transfer Student. 

SAWYER, BEVERLY H. Georgetown, 

Science, A.B. 
Young Republicans Club; Pre-Medical Club. 

SAWYER, DOUGLAS M. Elizabeth 

Health and Physical Ed 
Physical Education Majors Club. 

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SAWYER, KATHRYN SUE High Point 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Delta Zela; Women's Chonis; Association for Childhood 



Lafayette Hiil, Pa. 
B.S. 



SCHWARTZ, MARJORIE L. 
Physical Educat 

SCHWENTORUS, RONALD Jacks. 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Tau. Treasurer. 

SCOTT, HENRY DONALD Ric 

Accounting, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi, Phi Beta Lambda 

SCOTT, PATRICIA ANN D 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Library Club, Reporter; Student National Educati 



SCOTT, REBECCA ANN 

English, B.S. 

SCOTT, IRIS SUZANNE R. 

Primary Education, B.S. 



UGGS, MAX DALE Valdese 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Manager. Football, Track; Men's Glee Club, President; 
Alpha Phi Omega, Historian, Social Chairman; Deans 



Whiteville 
English and Library Science, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Library Club. 



SENIORS 



Homecoming Queen 1964. 



SENKIER, MICHAEL P. 

Physical Education, ': 
Swimming Team; Dormitory Officer 
Epsilon Kappa, Treasurer; Physical 
Program Chairman. 

SEPARK, WILLIS ALLEN 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge Master, Pledge Class President; Phi 
Beta Lambda, Young Democrats Club; Society For The Ad- 
vancement of Management; Summer School Appeals Board; 
Student Government Association. Senator, Elections Committee, 
Homecoming Committee; Honor Council, Public Defender. 



Hyde Park, N.Y, 



Durham 



SEYMOUR, GEORGE 



Music, B.M.E. 



Elizabeth City 



iident; Wesley Founda 



SHARPE, FREDERICK, JR. HiUsboro 

Business, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer. 

SHAVER, TERESA LAYNE Wilmington 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Appalachian State Teachers College, Transfer Student; Alpha 
Xi Delta. President of Pledge Class; Marshal; Journal Cor- 
respondent; Association For Childhood Education. 

SHAW, MOODY BANE, JR. Charlotte 

Chemistry, A.B. 
"Varsity Tennis. 



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SHEARER, WILLIAM C. Long Branch, N.J. 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Newman Club, President; History Club; Air Force Re- 
ser\'e Officers Training Corps. Phi Sigma Pi. 

SHEARIN, NORMAN W., JR. Roanoke Rapids 

Social Studies, A.B. 
History Club. 



SHEPPARD, CALAIS P. Greenvillt 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. 

SHERWOOD, DANIEL E., JR. Wilmington, Del 
Sociology, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Tau. 



NATO Briefing 

Team Guest 

of 

History Department 




SHIPP, JACQUELINE J. Clinton 

Music, B.M.E. 
Chapel Choir; Choral Union; College Choir; Sigma Alpha 
Iota. Music Director; Varsity Band; Music Educators 
National Conference. 



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SHIRLEY, MARIE J. 

Art, B.S. 
Delta Phi Delta, Secretary, V 



SENIORS 



Richmond, Va. 



SIEGEL, STUART C. 

Education, B.S. 
Cheerleader; Student Government; Oriental 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, Vice-Presidei 
Inter-Fraternity Council; Dean's Advisory Cc 
Student Fellowship, President. 



SILVERSTEIN, GARY M. Cha 

Accounting, A.B. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi; Inter-Fraternity Council; Intran 
Society for the Advancement of Management. 



Counselor 
Treasurer; 
cil; Hebrew 



SIMMONS, MIRIAM K. Elizabeth City 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education. 

SINEATH, BRONNA J. Burlington 

English and Library Science, BS. 
Student Counselor; Library Club, Vice-President Sigma 
Tau Delta; Sigma Tau Sigma. 

SKILES, JOHN T. Edenton 

Psychology, A.B. 
Kappa Alpha; Circle K Club; Mens Glee Club. 

SKINNER, MARY L. Williamston 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Secretary; Student National Edu- 



SKIPPER, JUDITH R. 

Mathematics, B.S. 



c.meer, Feature Editor, Greek Editor. 

SLAUGHTER, WILLIAM L. 

Political Science, A.B. 






A^Mk 




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SLOAN, MARVIN B. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Young Democrats Club. 



Ajui^ir^ 



SMALL, STEPHEN A. 

History, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Alumni Secretary. 

SMART, WILLIAM D. 



SMITH, ADELIA J. Hubert 
English, B.S. 

Alpha Omicron Pi. Pledge Class President; Ensl Ciralh:i.w. 

SMITH. BETTY L. Mount Olive 



SMITH, CAROLYN G. Monro. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club. 

SMITH, CHARLES E. Washingto. 

Histor)-, B.S. 

SMITH, DIANNE P. Salembur. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Edu 
cation Association; Young Democrats Club. 



SMITH, JACOB R. 



Jackson Springs 




i^Aili 



IImi 



i 



rcC Acquanymphs Present 'WaterWonderland. 




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SMITH, JAMES B. JR 

Industrial Arts Club, 
Industrial Arts Associa 


Industrial Arts, B.S. 
secretary; American Industrial Arts Associati 
ion. 


Grimesland 
n; North Carolina 


SMITH, JIMMY D. 


Business Administration, A.B. 


Dudley 


SMITH, JUDITH A. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Young Friends. Reporter; Student National Education Associat 


Princeton 
on; Library Club. 


SMITH, MIRIAM E. 


Primary Education, B.S. 


Greens, lie 


SMITH, ROLAND A. 




Calypso 


Indu5tn.il Arts Club. 


Industrial Arts, B.S. 




SMITH, SUE H. 


Primary Education, B.S. 


Kinston 


SMITH, WILLIAM L. 




Monroe 


Youns Democrats Club 


Business, A.B. 




SMITH, WILLIAM R. 




Windsor 


Alpha Phi Omesa; Phi 


Business, A.B. 
Beta Lambda. 




SOMERS, JAMES P. 

Varsity Golf; Alpha Epsi 


Science, A.B. 
on Pi. 


Lynchburg, Va. 



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SOUFAS, JAMES LYNN New Ber 

Business, B.S. 
Men's Glee Club; College Union, Publicity Commlttcf 
Phi Beta Lambda, Social Committee; Young Democrat' 
Club. 



SPANN, CARL THOMAS 

Accounting, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of ^fanagel 

SPELLER, JLTLIAN T., JR. 

Physical Education, 



Trenton 
Phi Beta 
Robersonville 



Phi Epsilon Kappa, Treasurer, Historian, Editor, Pledge 
Committee; Men's Glee Club, Treasurer; Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club, President; Dean's Advisory Council; 
American Association of Health, Physical Education, and 
Recreation; North Carolina Association of Health. Phys- 
ical Education and Recreation. 




SPENCE, JANET BLAND 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



Charlotte 





^t^^^i^i^ 



>PENCER, FAY COMBS Cc 

Primary Education, A.B. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Miss Greenville; Associ; 



SPENCER, JESSE WILSON Newark, DeL 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 

SPIEGEL, CHARLES Norfolk, Va. 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Resident Counselor; Historical Society. 

SPRUILL, JUDITH ANN Aurora 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi; Student Counselor; Free Will Baptist 
Fellowship, Treasurer, 'Vice-President. 



SPRUILL, VALERIA D. R 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda, Historian; Angel Flight; Studei 
tional Education Association. 



Elizabeth City 



STALLINGS, LINDA KAY Norlina 

Psychology, A.B. 
Garrett Hall President; House Council; Student Govert 
ment Association; Woman's Judiciary; Woman's Recre: 
Psychology Club. 



Senator 
Strom Thurman 

Lectures 

at 

East Carolina. 



STALLS, PHYLLIS ANN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student N.ninnal Education Association; As5 
Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club. 



STANLEY, BARBARA J. S. 

Psychology, A.B. 
Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Math Club. 



STANTON, JAMES CLAUDE Asheborc 

Geography, A.B. 
Sigma Nu. Rush Chairman. 

STARR, iMICHAEL ALLEN Richmond, Va 

Business Administration, A.B. 



STATOME, RONALD LEE Buena Vista, Va. 

Geography, A.B. 

STEEN, ROGER GAIL Hamlet 

Math, B.S. 




STEEN, RONALD L. Daj;sboro, Del. 

Business, A.B. 
Western Maryland College, Transfer Student. 

STEPHANY, JEAN C. Bethel 

Primary Education, B.S. 

Ejsl Carolinian; Aquanymphs; Playhouse; Association for Childhood Education. 

STEPHENS, BERKLEY, JR. Danville, Va. 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Student Government, Treasurer, Elections Committee Chairman; Varsity Baseball; 
Physical Education Majors Club; Men's Honor Council, Chairman; Student Legisla- 
ture, Speaker; State Student Legislature; Sophomore Class President; Eajl Carolinian, 
Sports Editor; Theta Chi. Librarian; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



STEPHENS, GLENDA A. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Panhellenic Rush Chairman; Associ: 



Mount Olive 
for Childhood Education; 

■Willow Springs 
Teachers Asso- 



STEPHENSON, CHARLES R. 

Science and Physical Education, B.S. 
Science Club; Physical Education Majors Club; National 
ciation; Student National Education Association. 

STEWART, BILLIE K. 

Art, A.B. 
Delta Zeta; Delta Phi Delta; College Marshal; College Union, Reporter. Vice- 
President; Student Government, Co-Chairman Special Events Committee; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



StatesviUe 



STEWART, MARILYN H. 



Home Economics, B.S. 



STEWART, GWENDOLYN A. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Angel Flight. 

STOCKS, PEGGY L. 

English, B.S. 
Playhouse, Delta Zeta; Buccaneer. 



STONESTREET, JOHN M. 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, 
STOWE, ARTHUR R. 

Phi Kappa Tau. Social Ch3 

STOWE, HOWARD V. 



Greenville 
Broadway 
Havelock 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Danville, Va. 



Grammar Education, B.S. 
King 'Vouth Fellowship; Emmanuel Junior College, Transfer Stude 








STRICKLAND, ETHEL G. Dunn 

Business, B.S. 
Dormitory Officer, Pi Omega Pi, Vice-President; Student 
National Education Association, Secretary; The Key; Buccaneer. 







SENIORS 



STRICKLAND, LAVETTA A. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

STRICKLAND, LINDA E. 

English, B.S. 



STROUD, THOMAS B., JR. 

Music, B.M. 
Phi Mu Alpha, Warden. Pledgemaster; WWWS-FM; East 
Carolinian: Music Educators National Conference, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Marching Pirates; Symphonic Band. 



Fayetteville 



Raleigh 



Portsmouth, Va. 



STYRON, ESTON S. 



Accounting, A.B. 



Hobucken 





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SUGG, NANCY' G. Norfolk, Va. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Varsity Cheerleader; Student National Education Asso- 
ciation; Association for Childhood Education. 

SULLIVAN, JANE R. Greenville 

Mathematics, A.B. 
Agnes Scott College. Transfer Student. 

SULLIVAN, JUDITH L. Bath 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Rebel; Eait Carolinian: Mathematics Club; Chi Beta 
Phi; Tau Sigma, President, Student Counselor. 

SULLIVAN, JUNE C Goldsboro 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



SULLIVAN, WILLIS B. Maxton 

Science and English, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Circle K; East Carolinian. 

SUMMA, MARK F. Torrington, Conn. 

History, B.S. 
History Club; Freshman Baseball; Psychology Club; 
Club; Foreign Film Committee; Student Na- 



Edu 



Ass> 



SUTTON, BENJAMIN C. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Inter-Fraternity C( 
President; Student Government, Day Stude 
dent; Intramurals; East Carolinian. 

SUTTON, JOAN 

Business, B.S. 
Student Counselor; Student National Edi 



, CARROLLE Scranton 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Glee Club; Concert Choir; College Singers; 



JOSEPH 

;ical Education Majors Club; Gyn 
Track. WWWS-TV. 



New *Cuf' Sysiem Enacted 




TALTON, JAMES R. 

Accounting, A.B 
Delta Sigma Phi. 

TANKARD. FRANCES H. 

Primary Edui 



TANT, JAMES R. Zebulon 

Science, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; Drill Team; Rifle Team; Group Staff; Varsity Track. 

TART, PATRICIA C. Dunn 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi; Women's Recreational Association; Student 
National Education Association; Panhellenic Delegate; College 



TATUM, ANN T. 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda; Student Nationa 

TAYLOR, CAROLYN B. 

Grammar Education, 
Student National Education Associatic 
hood Education. 



Falls Church, Va. 





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TAYLOR, DEANNA FAYE 



Chesapeake, Va. 



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k MkMi^ 



chology Club, Treasu 

TAYLOR, EDGAR HAYWOOD 

Business Administration, A.B. 

TAYLOR, ELIZABETH R. 

ar)' Edu 



TAYLOR, GINGER BYRD New Bern 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Louisburg College. Transfer; Delta Zeta; Woman's Recreation 
Association; Historical Society; Student National Education 
Association: Young Democrats Club. 



TAYLOR, NORA THOMAS 

Business Edu 



Lawrenceville, Va. 
n, B.S. 
Student National Education 



TEAL, CLAUDIA JEAN 

Home Economics, B.S. 



TEDDER, NANCY JO 

History, 



Hallsboro 
Delta Zeta; History 



by Administration. 



[PLE, JUDIE ALLISON Zebulon 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association, Publicity Com- 
mittee; Woman's Recreation Association; Dorm Repre- 
sentative; Student Counselor. 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 



TEMPLETON, CLEMENT F. 

History, B.S. 
Sigma Tau Sigma; 'Varsity Swim 
linran; Semper Fidelis Society; 
Democrats Club. 



TE'W, ELLEN KNOX Tarboro 

Music Education, B.M. 
East Carolina Marching Pirates; Symphonic Band; Chapel 



THIGPEN, ORZO S., JR. 

Industrial Arts, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega. 

THOMAS, REBECCA DAWN 

Primary Education, B." 



THOMPSON, JOHN BEN, JR. Ne 

Music Education, B.M. 
Men's Glee Club; Choral Union; Chapel Choi, 
Singer; Music Educators National Convention 
Union, 'Vice-President; Baptist Student Unia 
Chairman. 



ithfield 



THOMPSON, SHIRLEY F. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association of Childhood Education. Student National 
Education Association; Buccaneer; Slay Dorm Treasurer; 
Garrett Dorm Secretary. 

THORNTON, THOMAS A. Fayetteville 

Political Science, A.B. 
'Voung Friends Club; Young Democratic Club. 

THURMAN, MARGUERITE V. Rocky Mount 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi. Reporter; Students National Education 
Association; Fleming Hall Social Chairman. 



SENIORS 




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TICKEL, EFFIE A. Roanoke Rapids 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Baptist Youth Fellow- 
ship; Women's Recreation Association; Dormitory Offices, 

TILGHMAN, JAMES B. Cove City 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. 

TIMMERMAN, LINDA M. Empona, Va. 

English, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Cheerleader; Junior Class Senator. 

TISDALE, NOEL H. Fairlawn, N.J. 

Psyciiology and Philosophy, A.B. 
College Union, Social Committee Chairman. Fine Arts Com- 
mittee Chairman; Playhouse. Coslumer; Psychology Club. Vice- 
President. President; Philosophy Club; Phi Sigma Pi Reporter; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- 
VERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



TOLLEY, JERRY R. Edenton 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Varsity Football, Track; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; 
Kappa Alpha; IDC, President Representative; Mens Honor 
Council, Student Government, Representative, Dormitory Of- 
ficer, WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



TOLLEY. PATRICIA D. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

TOiMLIN, CHARLES W. 



Zebulon 



Chevy Chase, Mc. 



TRADER, BARBARA S. Angier 

Mathematics, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary of Pledge Class. Scholarship 
Chairman, President, Outstanding Member Award; Phi Beta 
Lambda, Devotion Chairman, Reporter, First Place State 
Speaking Contest; Pi Omega Pi; Chi Beta Phi; Tau Sigma; 
Mathematics Club, Vice-President; 'Young Democrats Club; 
Student National Education Association; Second Place in Na- 
tional Speaking Contest; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 








SENIORS 





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TRAMMELL. DAVIE Y. 



TRAUB, LOUANNE E. 



Geography, A.B. 



East Carolinian; Kappa Delta, Hi; 
TREXLER, TERRELL H. 



Political Science, A.B. 
n. Reporter. Pledgemaster. Rush Chaii 



Kannapolis 



Fayetteville 



TROTTER. LINDA G 



Delta; WHO'S WHO AMONG 



TUCKER, ELIZABETH C. High Poii 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
E.tit Carolinian: Alpha Phi, Social Chairman. Corresponding Secretary; Associatic 
for Childhood Education; Student National Education Association. 

TLICKER, RICHARD R. Durhai 

Psychology, A.B. 



TUG-WELL. ■WTLSON F., (R. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Lambda Chi Alpha. Pledge Trail 
dent Government, President Day Students, Intramurals. 

TURNAGE, -WILLIAM T. 

Business Admini 



YFILL, HAROLD C. 

Musk 
Irchestra; Student Theatrical Productic 



Newport News, Va 
Scholarship Chairman; Stu 







TURNER. BILLY RAY 

Industrial Arts, E 
Industrial Arts Club, President; Epsilon Pi 
lary. 

TURNER. HENRY WARREN 

Science. B.S. & A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega, President; Floor Mana.^e^. 



TURNER. JOHN LEE 



Merry Hill 



Plymouth 



s'ER. PAULA TEACHEY 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Kappa Delta; Student National Edu 
Home Economics Club; Student Cover 



Wilmington 



Elizabeth City 



TYSON, CARRIE EULA 

Political Science, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club, Secretary; Eait Caroh 
Typist, Staff Writer, Chief Staff Writer; Student Na- 
tional Education Association; Home Economics Club: 
Student Government Association, Senator, Publicity Com- 
mittee, Eternal Affairs. 



TYSON. RONALD MOYE 

Accounting. A.B. 
Southern Missionary College. Transfer. 

ULRICK, JAMES DAVID 

Psychology, A.B. 



USSERY, ROBERT M., JR. 

Mathematics. B.S. 

VANDIFORD, JANICE C. 

Primar)' Education. B.S. 

VANNORTWTCK, KAY Y. 

Business, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi. Rush Chairman. Panhel 
Ragsdale Hall Proctor. 

VARDA, CECILE ANN 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Wingate College, Transfer, Student Natit 





VARISCO, KENNETH G. 
Business Admini 



A.B. 



VINSON. BETTY LAWVONNE Swansborc 

Primary Education. B.S. 
Math Club; Association for Childhood Education; Stu 
dent National Education Association; Young Democrat; 
Club; Student Counselor. 

VOGEL. ROSALIE MARIE New Berr 

Biology, B.S. 
East Carolinian, Reporter; East Carolina Playhouse; Var 
sity Band; Symphonic Band; Marching Pirates; Science 
Club. 

VOGLER. REBECCA Z. High Poin 

Social Studios, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Membership Chairman, Panhellenic 
Council, Quill Chairman; Young Democrats Club. 



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VOGT, VALERIA LOUISE 

Social Studies, A.B. 
Women's Glee Club. 

WADDELL, KAREN BARE 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Beta Lambda. 

WADDILL, MARY G. N. 

Library Science and Historj-, 
Library Club. 



Swansboro 

West Jefferson 

Robersonvilie 



WADDILL, SANDRA GARY Norfolk, Va. 

Art. B.S. 
Alpha Phi. Historian, Marshal; The Buccaneer, Greek Editor; The Key; Co-Editor; 
House Council; WHOS WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- 
VERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



WAHAB, LINDA DIANE 
Asbury College, Transfer. 
WAKEFIELD, GEORGE H 



Goldsboro 



English, B.S. 



WALKER, BONNIE SPENCE 

Primary Education, B.S 
Student National Education As: 



WALLACE, MELISIA GRAY 

English, B.S. 
Student Christian Association; East Carolinian. 



Association for Childhood Educatic 



Washington 



WALLACE, WILLIAM H., JR. 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Tau, Executive Council, House Manager. President of Pledge Class; 
The Buccaneer, Business Manager; Publication Board; Concert Choir, Treasurer, Busi- 
ness Manager, Madrigal Group; Choral Union; Men's Glee Club; Freshmen Orien. 
tation Counselor; Student Government Association. Day Student Representative Budget 
Committee; Society for the Advancement of Management; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



WALTERS, JERRY LYNN 



Indu 



B.S, 



Hobbsville 



WARD, BOBBY JULIAN 

Biology, A.B. 
Science Club, President; Chi Beta Phi, President, District II 'yice- President; 
National Science Foundation Undergraduate Research Participation Program; Sigma 
Tau Sigma; Young Democrats Club; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

WARD, BONNIE CAROLE Spencer 

Psychology, A.B. 
Sigm Sigma Sigma, House President; Women's Judiciary; Psychology Club. 



Millsboro, Del, 




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WARD. DONALD LINWOOD 
Science, B. 




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SENIORS 



WARD. DOUGLAS DAVID 

Psychology, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Wrestling Team. 

WARREN, LINDA JOYCE 

Business Administration, 
Delta Zeta, 



WASHKO, ROBERT JAMES 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Phi Kappa Tau; Student National Education Association; 
Public Defender; Varsity Cheerleader; Buccaneer Sports Car 
Club; Young Democrats. 



Virginia Beach, Va. 



Bethlehen 



WATERS, ALFRED LEON 

Industrial Arts, 



Pollocksville 



Secretary; 
ilina Indu: 








WATER, PAMELA JO Belmont 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

WATSON, STEVEN EDWARD Albemarle 

Psychology, A.B. 

Circle K Club; Student Government Association, Senator, 

President of Sophomore Class; Dean's Advisory Council; 

Kappa Alpha Order; Secretary; Inter-Fraternity Council. 

WEAVER, PATRICIA JANE Rocky Mount 

Nursing, B.S.N. 
College Union, President^ Social Committee; Student 
Nurses Association, Secretary, President; North Carolina 
Nurses Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

WEAVER, SUSAN JEAN Washington, D.C. 

Sociology, A.B. 
Young Democrats Club. 



WEBB, SARAH ELIZABETH Norfolk 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for 
Childhood Education. 

WEBSTER, CHARLES FREO Graham 

Math and Physical Education, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, Treasurer; Circle K. Club, 
Board of Directors, Head Usher; Math Club; Physical 
Education Majors Club; Eail Carolinian. 

WEBSTER, HARRY WELDON Sanford 

Business, A.B. 
Transfer; Circle K Club. 

WEEKS, JAMES RAY Mount Olive 



WELLS, BESSIE JANE 

English, B.S. & A.B. 
Sigma Pi Alpha, President. 

NX'ELLS, KELLY ALBERT 

Psychology, A.] 



WEST, FRED DOYLE Rocky Mount 

Psychology, A.B. 
Kappa Alpha Order, Treasurer; Phi Beta Lambda, Young 
'^ . ^. . T, . Committee; Psychology 



WEST, MAYNARD 
Indi 
Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Corps. 



DENNIS 

Arts, A.B, 




WEST, NANCY JEAN Alexandria^ 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Radford College, Transfer; Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



WEST, ROSE MARIE 
G 

Student National Ed 

WHALEY, DAVID GLEN 

Business Administration, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi, Reporter, Pledge Master. 



WHELESS, NARY ANN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student Natio 
cation Association. 



WHITAKER, GUY WARREN 

Chemistry, A.. 



At any Pirate football game, 

one can spot the 'Stars 

and Bars' flying over the crowd. 




Washington 



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WHITE, CAROLE E. Ahoskie 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi. Reporter; Student National Education Asso- 
ciation; Sigma Tau Sigma; Student State Legislature Delegate; 
Woman's Honor Council, Chairman; Student Government. 
Identification Card Chairman; Elections Committee; National 
Student Association Committee. 



WHITE, GEORGE A., JR. 

Mathematics, B.S. 
College of the Albemarle, Transfer Student. 

WHITE, GEORGE L. 



Hertford 






Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; Circle 



Statesville 



WHITE, KAREN F. 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Marshal; Student Counselor; Delta Zeta, Social Chairman; 
Phi Omicron; Sigma P.hi Epsilon; Greek-Week Queen: 
Buccaneer; Honor Council; House Council; WHO'S WHCl 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 

WHITE, LLEW M. Greenville 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Delta Zeta; Philosophy Club; Student National Education 
Association. 

WHITFIELD, WILLARD W. Kinston 

Physical Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Intramurals; North Carolina 
Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation; 
Physical Education Majors Club. 

WHITLEY, JOHN C, JR. LeaksviUe 

Social Studies, A.B. 
WWWS; Young Democrats Club; Psychology Club; Men's 
Glee Club; Circle K Club; Westminster Fellowship. 



SENIORS 



WHITTEN, BRENDA R. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
College Union; Student National Educa 
Association for Childhood Education. 

WHORLEY, JANICE H. 

Primary Education, B.S. 



Burlington 





WIDDI-FIELD, MARTHA J. 

Business, B.S 
Dormitory Officer; Young Democrats Club; 



WILKINSON, ANN H. 

Art, B.S. 
Student National Education Associatit 

WILKINSON, KENNETH C. 

Geography, A.B. 



WILLEFORD, BERTA C. Concord 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Young Demo- 
crats Club; Historical Society; Woman's Chorus. 

WILLIAMS, BERRY A., JR. Wilmington 

History, A.B. 
Wilmington College, Transfer Student; Young Demo- 
crats Club. 

WILLIAMS, BRENDA A. Autryville 

Business, A.B. 

WILLIAMS, FRANCES R. Charlotte 

History, B.S. 



Goldsboro 
1, Art Club. 

Belhaven 



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WILLIFORD, DOROTHY J. 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

WILLIS, NANCY ANN 

Geography, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Secretary; Young 
Club; Ragsdale Hall Treasurer. 



WILLIAMS, FRANCES G. Maiden 

English, B.S. 
Transfer Student; King Youth Fellowship, Secretary. 
Treasurer. 

WILLIAMS, FREDRICK AL Tarboro 

Business, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer. 

WILLIAMS, HERBERT DUFFY, III New Bern 

Sociology, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi, Vice-President; Orientation Counselor; 
East Carolinian; Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Founda- 
tion Recipient; Sigma Tau Sigma; Psychology Club; 
Sociology Club, President; Chi Beta Phi; WHOS WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 



AND COLLEGES. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES W. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



WILLIAMS, JUDITH B. 

Social Studies, B.S. 



Fayetteville 



WILLIAMS, LAURA JEAN 

Social Studies, B.S. 
College Marshal; Student Counselor; Delta Zeta, Activ- 
ities Chairman. Courtesy Chairman; History Honors 
Student. 



WILLIAMS, ROBERT M. 

Business, B.S. 



Garner 
New Bern 



Atlantic 



S\udeni Body Reaches 6,700. 



WILLIS, REBECCA ANN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Buccaneer; Business Staff; Key, Managing Edil 
elation for Childhood Education. 

WILMOUTH, LINDA CAROL P 

Primary Education, B.S. 



WILSON, EUGENE VERNON 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Historical Society. 

WILSON, LYNN .WOOD 

History, B.S. 

WINDHAM, 



Pennsauken, N.J. 



Georgetown, S.C. 




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NORMA TAYLOR Alexandria, Va. 

Spanish, A.B. 
Student Government Association, Social Committee; Buccaneer, 
Typist; Eau Carolinian, Layout Staff; Psychology Club; Kappa 
Delta; Honor Council. 






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WINSTEAD, MARY LEE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



Elm City 



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WITHERS, WILLIAM F. 



Social Studies, B.S. 



WOHLNICK, CHARLES T. 

Science, B.S, 
Swimming Team; Young Republicans Club; Air Force 
Corps; Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer, Secretary; Inter-Fraternity Ci 

WOLTERS, RICHARD R. 

Business Administration, A.B. 



WOOD, ELLEN GLENN 

Nursing Education, B.S.N. 
Student Nurses Association; East Gartett Social Committee 

WOOD, JAMES GORDON 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Air Forca Reserve Officers Training Corps; Industrial Arts Club. 

WOOD, PHYLLIS MOORE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



Belleville, N.J. 
■e Officer Training 

Chesapeake, Va. 



Roanoke Rapids 



WOOLARD, DONNA H. 

English, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Student North Carolit 
ciation; North Carolma English Teachers Association. 

WORLEY, EDWARD DIXON 



WORNOM, SAMUEL J., Ill 

Business Administr 
Men's Judiciary Council; Lambda Chi Alpha. 



Chevy Chase, Md. 

Washington 
Education Asso- 



Hampton, Va. 



Jacksonville 



WORTHINGTON, NORMA H. 

Grammar Educ 
Young Democrats Club. 






SENIORS 




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WORTHINGTON, RICHARD Yorktown, Va. 

Music Education, B.M. 

Music Educators National Conference; WWWS-FM; Phi Mu 

Alpha, Scholarship Chairman, Alumni Secretary, President; 

Dean's President Council; Marching Pirates: Symphonic Band. 



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YARBOUROUGH, JERRY R. 

Business Administration, A.l 



YATES, SAMMY AMOS 



YOUNG, NORMA MARIE 

Art Education, B.S. 

Florida Southern College. Transfer Student 
Education Association; Delta Phi Delta. 



YOUNG, SHARON ANN 
At 
Sigma Tau Sigma. 



High Point 

Asheboro 

Catawba 
Student National 

Richmond, Va. 



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By the Junior year, one thing is sure. 

It's time that one is now mature. 

The Junior hardens — not to yield 

And works on subjects in his field. 

The Junior stands but one big stride 

From Seniorism, full of pride. 

His goals he now strives to acquire 

And raise his average a little higher. 

The Junior feels by this date 

The time is near; he musn't be late 

For near at hand is graduation 

Bringing hours of worry and contemplation. 

The third-year man, needless to say 

Is pressured more so every day 

But pressures, trials, troubles, and tears 

Are all a part of the junior year. 



Class 



Officers 



Jim Kimsey, President; Charles Riddick, Vice-President; and Judy 
Forbes, Treasurer. 



Senators 



JUNIORS 




Louise NX omble. l.uniy ^[itchell, Mike Lambeth, and John beii 




ALBERTSON, FRANCES A. 
ALBERTY, JAMES B. 
ALDERSON, JOCAROL 
ALDRIDGE, JOHN M. 



ALKAZIN, DAVID M. 
ALLEN, A. JEAN 
ALLEN, RUSSELL E. 
ALLIGOOD, GRETA J. 



ALLIGOOD, PATRICIA A. 
ALLSBROOK, WILBUR, JR. 
ANDERSON, CLINTON E. 
ANDERSON, LOIS D. 



ANDERSON, PEGGY P. 
ANDERSON, RALPH E. 
ANDOLSUN, ORHAN K. 
ANDREWS, JAY B. 



ANDREWS, LYNDA E. 
ANDREWS, SANDRA G. 
ASKEW, CHARLES A. 
ASKEW, GARLAND L. 



ASKEW, PHYLLIS P. 
AULBERT, LINDA K. 
AVERY, DORINDA 
AYCOCK, CHARLES A. 




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ABBOTT, BENJAMIN L. 
ABERNATHY, DONNA M. 
ADAMS, DOUGLAS E. 
ADAMS, HERBERT R. 



JUNIORS 



Raleigh 

Haw River 

Greenville 

Edenton 



Chinquapin 

Dobson 

Colonial Heights, Va. 



Scotland Neck 



Bladenboro 
Washington 



Washington 

Scotland Neck 

Fayetteville 

Durham 



La Grange 
Alexandria, Va. 
Alexandria, Va. 
Louisville, Ky. 



Rocky Mount 

Greenville 

Jamesville 

Colerain 



Milwaukee 

Mebane 

Erwin 

Greenville 





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ABB, NANCY J. 


Arlington, Va. 


ADENHOP, PATSY A. 


Greensboro 


AGWELL, TIMOTHY B. 


Charlotte 


AILEY, JAMES T. 


Raleigh 


AKER, ROBERT H., Ill 


Mooresville 


ALLARD, RHEBA M. 


Mount Holly 


ARBOUR, CAROLYN P. 


Clayton 


ARE FOOT, JAMES G. 


Raleigh 


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BARKER, LYNWOOD W. 

New Bern 
BARNES, ELIZABETH C. 

Jackson 
BARNES, JAMES D. Severn 

BARNES, MARY T. Mount Holly 
BARNETTE, RUSSYLL, JR. 

Richmond, Va. 



BASS, CAROLE J. Fremont 

BATEMAN, GLENDORA 

Belhaven 
BEAMAN, HAROLD M. Ahoskie 
BEARDEN, JOHNNY C. 

Salisbury 
BEASLEY, PATSY R. Dunn 



BEASLEY, WILEY B., JR. 

Charlotte 
BEATTY, RICHARD L. 

Jacksonville 
BEAVERS, JANE M. Durham 
BELL, JOHN S., JR. Newport 
BELL, LAWRENCE L. 

AltaVista, Va. 



BELLAMY, JOHN P. Enfield 
BELLMER, RICHARD L. 

Garden City, N.Y. 
BENFIELD, WILLIAM J. 

Rocky Mount 
BENNETT, BETTY J. Durham 
BENSON, LYNWOOD E. 

Deep Run 



BERG, JUDITH A. 

Massapequa, N.Y. 
BERNHARDT, JOHN C. 

Salisbury 
BARRIER, JUDITH A. 

Winston-Salem 
PERRY, JOHN W. Morganton 
BERRY, SHARRON K. 

Chesapeake, Va. 



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BETTS, JOHN W. 
BIDDAR, JOHN P. 
BIESECKER, RONDA A. 
BIGGS, BRUCE A. 


Milford, Del. 

Scotch Plains, N.J. 

Lexington 

Pinetowii 


BLAKE, PAUL R. 
BLAKE, RICHARD G. 
BLANKENSHIP, JUDY A. 
BLUMER, WILLIAM J. 


Raleigh 

Newport 

Falls Church, Va. 

Raleigh 


BLYTHE, CHESTER E. 
BOATRIGHT, JUANITA L. 
BOBBITT, JACK P., JR. 
BOOKER, THOMAS C. 


Franklin, Va. 

Monroe 

Tarboro 

Bethesda, Mo. 



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BOST, JAMES P., JR. 
BOSWELL, MARY P. 
BOVENDER, ROBERT P. 
BOYD, BRENDA L. 



Mount Airy 

Beaufort 

Winston-Salem 

Raleigh 



JUNIORS 



BOYD, OTIS E. Roanoke Rapids 
BOYLE, ROBERTA H. 

Greenville 
BRACEY, BLANTON H., JR. 

Chase City, Va. 
BRADY, JOHNNY T. Gary 

BRAN^'ON, JOHN S. Wallace 



BREWER, BETTY J. Littleton 
BRIDGERS, BLANNIE P. 

Milwaukee 
BRINKLEY, LINDA F. 

Creedmoore 
BRINN, KATHRYN E, Belhaven 
BRINN, PHYLLIS S. Bath 



BRITT, PATRICIA A. Como 

BRITTON, WILLIAM W. 

Robersonville 
BROCK, CHARLES E., JR. 

Norfolk, Va. 
BROCK, JAMES D. New Bern 
BRODSKY, BARRY H. 

Charlotte 











ROOKS, DONALD P. Wallace 
ROUGHTON, SUSAN R. 

Hertford 
ROWN, JAMES A. Rochingham 
ROWN, LELA M. Wendell 

ROWN, 'THELMA A. Clarkton 



RUBAKER, BETTY A. Kinston 
RUMBERG, LEWIS M. 

SelbyviUe, Del. 
RYAN, BONNY A. Tar Heel 
RYAN, JUDITH A. 

Rocky Mount 
RYANT, BETTY J. 

Rocky Mount 



UCK, WILLIAM H. 

Richmond, Va. 
UNN, RALPH H., JR. Zebulon 
AHOON, ROSE M. 

Elizabeth City 
ALLOWAY, NANCY L. 

Winston-Salem 
AMPBELL, JAKC W„ III 

Sanford 




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CAMPEN, IDA W. 
CANUP, JOHNNY L. 
CARAWON, LEWIS S. 
CARICO, JANE H. 



CARPENTER, JAMES B., JR. 
CARPENTER, LARRY M. 
CARTER, ELAINE J. 
CARTER, LELIA M. 



CARTER, MICHELE R. 
CARTER, RONALD W. 
CASEY, FRANCES D. 
CASPER, WILLIAM T. 



CATES, PHILIP B. 
CATOE, JACOB M. 
CAVINESS, BETTY G. 
CAYTON, CARL D. 



Edenton 

Salisbury 

Vanceboro 

Roanoke, Va. 



Valdese 

Hickory 

Garland 

Jacksonville 



Elizabeth City 

West End 

Kinston 

Swansboro 



Durham 

Arlington, Va. 

Asheboro 

Aurora 



CHAMBERS, BOBBY L. 

Crewe, Va. 
CHAMBLEE, DIANA 

Falls Church, Va. 
CHAPMAN, THOMAS F. 

Springfield, Va. 
CHARLES, ELIZABETH J. 

Hastings, N.Y. 
CHARUHAS, HELEN C. 

Washington, D.C. 



CHESSON, HILTON O., JR. 

Creswell 
CHICKERING, ELIZABETH 

McLean, Va. 
CHILDRESS, BOBBY L. 

Stokesdale 
CHRISTOPHER, LINA C. 

Greenville 
CHURCHILL, ANN C. 

Greenville 



CLARK, JEANETTE T. 

Saint Pauls 
CLARK, SANDRA L. Jacksonville 
CLEMENT, JOHN R. Greenville 
CLINE, HAROLD W. Concord 
CLYMER, WILLIAM J. 

Ardmore, Pa. 



COATS, ROSE M. Dunn 

COBB, RICHARD R. Burlington 
COBLE, JAMES D. Burlington 
COCHRAN, RANDOLPH C. 

Chesapeake, Va. 
COHOON, HAL W. Columbia 




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COLE, SUSAN I. 
COLE, WALTER E. 
COLEMAN. BARBARA A. 
COLSTON, WILLIAM H. 



COLWELL, BRENDA K. 
CONNORS. CHARLES E. 
COOKE, CONNIE K. 
COON, JOHN W. 



COOPER, GRADY E., JR. 
COOPER, MARY L. 
COPELAND, JASPER W. 
COPPLE, CARL B. 



Goldsboro 

Wake Forest 

Langley A.F.B., Va. 

Roanoke Rapids 



Wallace 

Pawtucket, R.I. 

Zebulon 

Kannapolis 



Washington 
Clayton 

Franklin, Va. 
Elkin 



)RBETT, DIANNE 
)STON, MARY A. 
)WELL, BETTY 
)WELL, REBECCA A. 



Snow Hill 

Roanoke Rapids 

Elizabeth City 

Jacksonville 



JUNIORS 





cox, LYNNE C. Greenville 

COX, HENRY C. Greenville 

COX, JANICE J. Greenville 

COX, LINDA R. Monroe 

COX, SAMUEL M. Jacksonville 



COZART, THOMAS M. 

Greenville 
CRANFORD, CHARLES R. 

ThomasviUe 
CROTCH, BILLIE J. 

Chocowinity 
CRAWFORD, DIANE E. 

Westwood, N.J. 
CRAWFORD, KAY E. 

Arlington, Va. 



CREECH, CHARLES W. 



Zebulon 
Clayton 



CREECH, JOSEPH G. 
CRENSHAW. LINDA A. 

Durham 
CROCKER, FRANCES A. Selma 
CROOM. ANNE C. La Grange 



CROTTS, STEPHEN W. 
Wins 



■Sale 



CRUTCHFIELD, PHYLLIS 

Efland 
CUMMINGS, GEORGE W. 

Atlantic Beach, Fla. 
CUMMINGS, WILLIAM D. 

Summerfield 
CUTTS, CARMA L. Roanoke, Va. 



DADDONA, CARL L. 

Norristown, Pa. 
DAIL, JAMES R. Edenton 

DAIL, ROBBIE N. Greenville 
DANIELS, JANE B. Greenville 
DAUGHTRY, CAROLYN J. 

Four Oaks 



DAUGHTRY, RONNIE C. 



Fais 



DAVENPORT, DANA L. 

Columbia 
DAVES, BETTY L. Durham 

DAVIS, BARBARA J. 

Rocky Mount 
DAVIS, FRANCES M. 

Fayetteville 



DAVIS, GRADY 
DAVIS, LESLIE A. 
DAVIS, RONNIE L. 
DAVIS, SALLY A. 



DAVIS, SANDRA T. 
DEAN, HOWARD N., JR. 
DEAN, RONALD G. 
DEANS, NANCY S. 



Davis 

Snow Hill 

:\vport News, Va. 

Goldsboro 






Nashville 

Raleigh 

Winston-Salem 

Sims 

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DEBNAM, DANNY K. Zebulon 
DEDMOND, ROBERT E. 

Greenville 
DEESE, MARSHA J. Badin 

DELBRIDGE, CAROLE D. 

Spring Hope 
DENNIS, LEILA G. Ayden 



DEVANE, CHARLES M. 

Elizabethtown 
DICAMILLO, LEWIS G. 

Haddonfield, N.J. 
DICK, JAMES E. Arlington, Va. 
DICKENS, JAMES R. 

Fuquay Varina 
DICKERSON, LYMAN B. 

Norfolk, Va. 



DILDAY, JOHNNY C. Ahoskie 
DIXON, MELDA F. Farmville 
DODSON, CLAUDE B. 

Grady, Conn. 
DOHERTY', GERALD M. 

Treonta, Ont. 
DONOHUE, PAUL J, 

Wilmington, Del. 



DORIOT, MARY P. 

Falls Church, Va. 
DO WD, ROBERT E. Bear Creek 
DOWDY, AUDREY V. 

South Mills 
DOWDY, BETTY L. Sanford 
DOZIER, PRISCILLA Jarvisburg 



DUDLEY, CHARLES D. 

Buena Vista, Va. 
DUDLEY, DENNIS A. 

Elizabeth City 
DUNBAR, JAMES K. Scranton 
DUNCAN, WANDA J. 

Arlington, Va. 
DUNN, BYRON K. 

Mount Olive 




DUNN, EVA E. 
DUPREE, SHIRLEY A. 
DURANT, DAVID H. 
EATMON, FRANKIE A. 



Greenville 

Greenville 

Florence, S.C 

Woodland 



JUNIORS 



EARP, MARY A. 
EASON, BRENDA C. 
EDWARDS, ELMO T. 
EDWARDS, HERMAN O., JR. 


Raleigh 

Macclesfield 

Louisburg 

Ahoskie 


EDWARDS, RICHARD D. 
ELDER, SARA J. 
ELIAS, GLORIA J. 
ELLER, REBECCA L. 


Goldsboro 

High Point 

Weldon 

Granite Quarry 


ELLIOTT, BRICE R. 
ELLIOTT, LINDA E. 
ELLIS, RONALD A. 
ELMORE, AMAZIAH W. 


Statesville 

Loris, S.C. 

Mount Airy 

Goldsboro 


ELMORE, LINDA F. 
ENNIS, SARAH E. 
ENNIS, WALTER M. 
ENTZMINGER, THEODORE 


Goldsboro 

Benson 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 


ERVIN, LUCY C. 
EULISS, DANIEL B. 
EVANS, ALBERT L., Ill 
EVANS, CAROLYN L. 


Richlands 

Graham 

Greenville 

Edenton 


EVANS, PATRICIA N. 
EVERHART, ROBERT G., JR. 
EVERSON, MARSHEL W. 
FAIRLESS, CHARLOTTE E. 


Greenville 

Lexington 

Washington 

HarrellsviUe 















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FAIRRINGTON, C. JANE 

High Point 

FARABOW, JEANNE E. 

Fuquay-Varina 

FARMIER, CLAUDETTE C. 

High Point 

FARMER, FRANK D., JR. 

Wilson 

FAULKNER, CHARLEENE B. 

Wadesboro 



FELTON, ELBERT P. Greenville 
FIELDS, CHARLES R. Greenville 
FINCH, CHARLIE C Henderson 
FINMAN. EDWARD D. 

Charlotte 
FINN, RONALD W. Greensboro 



FISCHER, ROSEMARY 

Alexandria, Va. 
FISHER, DOROTHY G. Mebane 
FISHER, DOUGLAS 

Woodstown, N.J. 
FITTERMAN, BONNY N. 

New Bern 
FITZGERALD, DAVID, JR. 

Worf, Va. 



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FONTAINE, LINDA L. 
FORBES, JUDITH L. 
FOSTER, CHARLES D, 



FOSTER, D. MARIE 
FOSTER, SALLY A. 
FRANKHOUSER, DAVID G. 
FRANKLIN, BEN H., Ill 



FRANKLIN, JOEL H. 
FULLER, JOSEPH F. 
FULLER, JUDY G. 
FULLERTON, MARTHA S. 



FURMAN, GAE D. 
GAFFNEY, JOHN J. 
GAINEY, GLENDA V. 
GAINEY, GRANVILLE, JR. 



JUNIORS 



GALLOWAY, PATRICIA 
GARDNER, CLYDE B. 
GARNER, PRISCILLA J. 
GARRISON, JUDITY A. 



GASKILL, MARY E. 
GENTRY, KATHRYN R. 
GENTRY, GEORGYE L. 
GIDDINGS, BARRY M. 




GORDON, JERRY G. Ahoskie 
GRAHAM, KAY F. Efland 

GRANTHAM, CLAUDE S. 

Stantonsburg 
GRAY, JOHN T. Pleasant Garden 
GRAYBEAL, KAY S. Statesville 



GREASON, SUDY K 



GREENE, BARBARA A. Griffon 
GREENE, KELLY E. Biscoe 

GREENLEE, HAROLD R. 

Charlotte 
GREGORY, TIMOTHY G. 

Chesapeake, Va. 



GRIFFIN, JANET T. Jacksonville 
GRIFFIN, SUSAN Pinetops 

GRIMSLEY, JIMMIE R. Wilson 
GRISSOM, DENNIS M. 

Henderson 
GRISSOM, HILDA R. Stedman 



GROCE, DAVID L. 
GROGAN, LUCY A. 
GROTGEN. MARY F. 
GRUBBS, JOHN W. 



JUNIORS 




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HACKWORTH, CECIL L. 

Aberdeen 
HADDOCK. VIRGINIA C 

Trenton 
HAHN. JEFFREY C. 

Nazareth, Pa. 
HALE. EDWARD D. 

Roanoke Rapids 
HALE, SARA F. Rocky Mount 



HALL, CAROL L. Elloree, S.C. 
HALL, GEORGE P., JR. Seaboard 
HALL, PAMELA K. 

Portsmouth, Va. 
HANDY, MARGARET H. 

W'iUiamston 
HARDEE, MARGARET D. 

Enfield 



HARDISON, ALLIE L. Jamesville 
HARDY, BARBARA A. Snow Hill 
HARDY, MARY E. Kinston 

HARArON. JOAN P. Fairfax, Va. 
HARPE. HENRY C. Elkin 



HARRELL, BARBARA J. Saratoga 
HARRELL, CLINTON F. Winton 
HARRIS. JAMES M. Dillon, S.C. 
HARRIS, JOHN H.. Ill Weldon 
HARRIS. SHELIA R. Albemarle 



HARRISON. CHESTER F. 

Snow Hill 
HARRISON, ELIZABETH G. 

WiUiamston 
HARRISON, TED O. Tarboro 
HARVEY, JAMES B. Littleton 
HASSELL, NANCY L. Columbia 



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HAUFLER, DONALD C, 

Hampton, Va. 
HAYWORTH, WILLIAM W. 

Asheboro 
HEADLEY. lANET M. 

Danville, Va. 
HEARN, VIRGINIA E. 

McLean, Va, 
HEATH, BESSIE R. Hookerton 



HELMS, ANCIL R. Monroe 

HELMS, MARY A. Winpate 

HERRING, RICHARD H. 

Suffolk, Va. 
HERSH, PAUL W, 

Washington, D.C. 
HEWITT, BARBARA L. 

Whiteville 



HICKS, BILLY S. Vanceboro 

HICKS, GEORGE D., JR. 

Brick, N.J. 
HIGH, REBECCA L, Rocky Mount 
HILL, DONNA J. Lynchburg, Va. 
HILL, JOAN G. Clayton 



HILL, KEITH E. Pink Hill 

HILTON, JOSEPH T., II 

Chapel Hill 
HINSHAW, STEPHEN G. 

Yadkinville 
HISERMAN, RONALD W. 

Waynesboro, Va. 
HOBGOOD, ELLIS W. 

Franklinton 









HOELL, HENRY W., IR. 
HOERTER, TOHS C. 
HOFFMAN,' FREDRIC, II 
HOKE. JANE A. 


Fall 


Greenville 

Chatham, N.L 

s Church, Va. 

Davidson 


HOLLINGSWORTH, ROGER 

HOLLINGSWORTH, SUSAN 
HOLLOWAY, ALLEN I, JR. 
HOLLOWELL, RICHARD 




Greenville 

Spring Hope 

Henderson 

Edenton 


HOLSHOUSER, EUGENE O. 
HOLT, CYNTHIA A. 
HOLT, DORIS E. 
HOLTON, DENNIS B. 


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Salisbury 

Raleigh 

Graham 

ilmington, Del. 



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HOLTON, TOHN T. 


Roanoke, Va. 


HOOKS, JUDITH O. 


Fremont 


HORNE. ANN T. 


Kure Beach 


HORNE, COY C. 


Maxton 



HORTON, WILLIAM M. 
HOUSE, ELIZABETH M. 
HOUSE, FRANKLIN T. 
HOUSTON, PENNY G. 


Greenville 

Nokesville, Va. 

Portsmouth. Va. 

Charlotte 


HOWARD, MOLLIE E. 
HOWE. MICHAEL S. 
HOYLE, JERRY W. 
HUBBARD, HILDA G. 


Scotland Neck 

Hamlet 

Henderson 

New Bern 


HUDGINS, TERECE C. 
HUDSON, RICHARD L. 
HUDSON, WILLIAM M. 
HUFFMAN, ELEANOR I. 


Portsmouth, Va. 

Greenville 

Greensboro 

Spencer 


HUNEYCUTT, DAVID S. 
HUNSUCKER, PATRICIA L. 
HLITTO, SYLVIA F. 
HUTZLER, GALE S. 


Jacksonville 

Robbins 

Rocky Mount 

Richmond, Va. 


INGOLD, RAY V, 
IPOCK, LINDA F. 
JACKSON, WILLIAM A. 
JACOB. WALTER M. 


Beaufort 

Grifton 

Montvale, N.J. 


JAKEMAN, GEORGE A. 
JARMAN, CECIL T. 
JARVIS, OLLIE R. 
JENKINS, CHARLES R. 


Franklin, Va. 

Jacksonville 

Petersburg, Va. 

Rockingham 



■NKINS. JOSEPH L. 
;NNINGS, HOWARD D., JR. 
;NN1NGS, LINDA S. 
)HNSON. BONNIE E. 



)HNSON, CHARLES 

)HNSON, yOEL K. 

)HNSON, lUDITH ^ 

)HNSON, JUDY L. 



JUNIORS 



Greenville 

Elizabeth City 

Portsmouth, Va 

Oxford 



Goldsboro 

Smithfield 

Benson 

Benson 





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JOHNSON, WILLIAM W., JR. 

Dover 
JOHNSTON, MARTHA G. 

Weldon 
JOHNSTON, ROBERT B. 

Greenville 
JONES, BONNIE S. 

Elizabeth City 



TONES, DAVID J. Favettevillc 
TONES. EMMETT P. Tyner 

TONES, HAROLD A,, JR. 

Salem, N.J. 
JONES. JOHN T. New Bern 
JONES. KATHERINE V. 

Zirconio 



TONES, LINDA T. Swansboro 

Jones, atary a. piiceviiie 

JONES, MIRIAM A. Ahoskie 
TONES, PATRICIA A. New Bern 
JORDAN, JOYCE M. Sunbury 



TORDAN. DALE Elkin 

TOYCE, LINDA D. LeaksviUe 
TOYNER, DAVID C. Lewiston 
TOYNER, TUDY A. Rocky Mount 
JOYNER, THELMA G. 

Mount Olive 



JUSTICE, THOMAS F. 

Jacksonville 
KALEEL, STEPHEN J. Charlotte 
KAYLOR, ROBERT W. 

Wilmington 
KEEL, MARY M. Portsmouth, Va. 
KEIBER, ROBERT J. Kearny, N. J. 



KELLER". CAROLYN S. 
KELLEY. MARY C. 
KENNEDY PEGGY S. 
KEY, iMONNIE P. 



KILLIAN, PAUL \V., JR. 
KIMSEY, JAMES R. 
KINDLE, MICKEY E. 
KING, CARL W. 



Roanoke, Va. 

Madison 
Mount 01i\e 

Robbins 



Jacksonville, Fla. 

Murphy 

Kenton, Ohio 

Durham 




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KING, RAY W. Kannapolis 

KING. RONALD H. Bear Creek 
KINLAW. ELLEN E. Greenville 
KINNARD, ROBERT L. 

Norfolk, Va. 
KIRBY. KENNETH N. Dunn 



KIRKLAND, THURLOE L. 

Pendleton 
KIRSCH, MARY D. Milton, Fla. 
KLINGMAN, SARAH E. 

Greenville 
KLUTTZ, BRENDA R. Rockwell 
KNOCK, DAVID H. Arlington 



KOONCE. SUE E. Jacksonville 
KOONTZ, SYLVIA S. Welcome 
KOW'ALSKI, PRISCILLA 

Aulander 
KRIZ, PETER Greenville 

KUHNS, RONALD D. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 



LAMAR, THOMAS C. New Bern 
-LAMAL VERLA J. Lucoma 

LAMPLEY, INA K. Biscoe 

LANCASTER, RONALD S. 

Burlington 
LANDRY, FERNAND A., JR.' 

Charlestown, W. Va. 



LANE, ASHLEY H. Roxobell 

LANEY. MARY B, Monroe 

LANGDON, CHARLENE A. 

Benson 
LARSON, MARGUERITE J. 

Cherr)' Point 
LEARY, LAURA M. Vanceboro 




LEGGETT, ROBERT E., JR. 
LEONARD, DEITRA M. 
LEONARD. lEW'ELL S. 
LEONARD, PATRICIA A. 



Hobgood 

Lexington 

Fayetteville 

Hiqh Point 



JUNIORS 



LEONHARDT, RITA A. 
LESTER, SANDRA G. 
LETCHWORTH, JOHN ^ 
LEWIS, MARGARET H. 



LEWIS. PEGGY A. 
LINGERFELT, lUDY A. 
LITTLE, THELAIA F. 
LITTLETON, TROWBRIDGE 



LOCKHART, CAROLYN V. 
LOEHR, JUDITH E. 
LOFTUS, DENNIS L. 
LOMAX, PHILLIP M. 



LOUDEN, MARIE A. 
LORRAINE, WILLIAM C. 
LOY, HARRIET T. 
LUCAS, JUNEAL K. 



LUCKHAM, RUTH D. 
LUEHRS, WILLIAM J. 
LURVEY, PATRICA A, 
LYNCH, BRENDA S. 



MACDIARMID, JOHN M. 
MACKINTOSH, MARGARET 
MADRE, JAMES L. 
MALLARD, MICHAEL S. 



CherryviUe 

Fuquay-Varina 

Rocky Mount 

Beaufort 



Statesville 

Charlotte 

Ash 

Middleburg, Va. 



Semora 

Richmond, Va. 

Raeford 

Star 



Fostoria, Ohio 
Charlotte 
Graham 
Durham 



Morehead City 

Kenly 

Washington 

Selma 



Rocky Mount 

Raleigh 

Elizabeth City 

Trenton 



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MALLORY, JAMES D., JR. 
MANGUM, WILLIAM T. 
MANNING, WILLIAM N. 



MARASCO, TAMES T. 
MARINE, LESLEY D. 
MARKLAND, BRENDA S. 
MARTIN, EMMA J. 



Scotch Plains, N.J. 
Plymouth 
Durham 
Plymouth 



Norfolk, Va. 

Charlotte 

i-Salem 

Portsmouth, Va. 



Macclesfield 

Middletown, R.I. 

Greensboro 

Tarborc 




Marshallber^ 

Rehoboth, Del, 

Elkin 

Greensboro 



MATSON, JOHN D. Lod 
MATTHEWS, BARBARA J. 

Asheville 
MAYO, FRANCES E. Fountain 
McALISTER, J. L., JR. 

Hemingway, S.C. 
McBRIDE, VANCE M., 

Statesville 



McCALL, HARRY L. Marion 

McCALL, PATRICIA A. Lenoir 
McCLEES, CELIA M. Will 
McCLEES, ROBERT W. 

Will 
McCLUNG, JACK A., JR. 

Spungdahlem, Ger. 



McDonald, dianne b. 

Wilmington 
McDonald, LAURA H. Simpson 

Mcdonald, robert w. 

Seaford, Del. 
McDUFFIE, F. bill Hamlet 

McKEE, WILBUR B. Greensboro 






268 



CENNA, JAMES F., JR. 

Greensboro 
.EOD, BRENDA K. Norman 
SHANE, MICHAEL J. 

Alexandria, Va. 
K'ATTERS, BERNARD J. 

Caldwell 
DFORD, JERRY N. Clinton 



LSON, DORIS I. Clinton 

LTZER, MARK 

East Rockaway, N.Y. 
RCER, PEGGY L. Lucoma 

RRITT, JAMES F. Wake Forest 
WBORN, ADDIE E. 

Seven Springs 



WBORN, EVANGELINE C. 

La Grange 
WBORN, JANE B. Grifton 
YERS, VERNON L. 

Glen Allen, Va. 
:HAELS. MABEL R. 

Burlington 
DGETT, MOLLIE S. Hatreras 






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MIDGETT, NANCY L. 
MILLEN, TAMES R. 
MILLER, DANIEL F. 
MILLER, GILBERT C, JR. 


Manteo 

Arlington, Va. 

Sarasota, Fla. 

Wilmington 


MILLER, LINDA D. 
MILLER, MARILYN V. 
MILLER, NORA E. 
MILTENBERGER, DEL J. 


Clinton 

New Bern 

Swansboro 

Washington 


MITCHELL, CLEO E. 
MITCHELL, DONALD L. 
MITCHELL, GERALD A. 
MITCHELL, LURAY V. 


Ahoskie 

Martinsville, Va. 

Largo, Fla. 

Millsboro, Del. 


MODLIN, WILDA J. 
MONFALCONE, MARY S. 
MONTGOMERY, LYNDA R 
MOORE, CLIFTON G., JR. 


Jamesville 

Newport News, Va. 

Norfolk, Pa. 

Greenville 



269 



MOORE, WILLIAM C. Clinton 
MOOSE, LINDA G. Car)- 

MORGAN, BELMOUNT J., JR. 

Morehead City 
MORGAN, GAYLE S. 

Spring Hope 
MORGAN, LINDA C. Raeford 



MORGAN, WILLIAM T. Oxford 
MORRIS, JANET G, Denton 

MORRIS, LINDA G. Hickory 
MORRIS, ROSS A. Richmond, Va. 
MORRIS, SHARON F. Jamestown 



MORROW, CAROLE L. Goldsboro 
MOSS, JAMES H. 

Myrtle Beach, S.C. 
MOUSHEGIAN, JAMES 

Alexandria, Va. 
MUMFORD, PATRICK W. 

New Bern 
MURPHY, HARRY D. Rose Hill 



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MURRELL, RICHARD E. 

NANCE, KENNETH B. 

NAVEY, BEVERLY C. 

NELSON, CHARLES S. 


Greensboro 
Florence, S.C. 

Greensboro 
Robersonville 


NELSON, LEE JR. 
NELSON, MARIAN H. 
NEVILLE, DOROTHY A. 
NEWBERRY, JOY M. 


Kernersville 

Grifton 

Chapel Hill 

Lumberton 


NEWMAN. SARA F. 
NIXON, ANNIE R. 
NIXON, ROGER M. 
NORRIS, BRENDA G. 


WhiteviUe 

Edenton 

Winfall 

Dunn 


NORRIS, LARRY G. 
NORTHUP, JOHN H. 
NORVILLE, CAROL M. 
NUTT, SANDRA K. 


Dunn 

Lititz, Pa. 

Fountain 

Durham 



270 




NYLANDER, JUDITH K. 

Richmond, Va. 
OLIVER, BRAXTON S. New Bern 
OLIVER, DANIEL N. Washington 
ORMOND, ABBIE A. Garner 
ORR, CELIA K. Falls Church, Va. 



OVERTON, ANN C. Cherry Point 
OWEN, JUDITH L. 

Stony Creek, Va. 
OWENS, RUFUS D. Greenville 
PACHIMSAWAT, PRAJIT 

Bangkok, Thailand 
PADGETT, DIANA G. Asheville 



PADRICK, BARBARA G. 

Jacksonville 
PAHL, MARGARET S. AutryviUe 
PAINTER, JOAN E. Graham 

PAMBY, JOANNE D. 

Washington, N.J. 
PANTON, ALICE K. Milwaukee 



PARKER, GERALD F. 

Melalla, Oregon 
PARMELEE, CINDA R. Raleigh 
PARNELL, JUDITH G. Micro 
PARRISH, JACKIE W. Kenly 

PARRY, WALLACE T. 

Rocky Mount 



PARSONS, ALICE J. Candor 

PATTEN, CHARLENE M. 

Newport News, Va. 
PAUL, MAURICE R. Belhaven 
PAUL, RICHARD S. Greenville 
PEARCE, LINDA J. Benson 



PEARSON, WILLIAM S. 

Greensboro 
PEEDIN, BONNIE G. Pine Level 
PENDER, FRANCES S. Hillsborc 
PENDERGRASS, RANNIE J. 

Durham 
PENTECOST, JOHN M. 

Donelson, Tenn. 



PERKINS, CAROLYN 

Danville, Va. 
PERNELL, JULIAN T. Henderson 
PERNELL, LARRY E. Rock Mount 
PERRY, JAMES W. Windsor 

PERRY, LINWOOD M., JR. Sims 



PERRY, NANCY C. Durham 

PERRY, RAYMOND D. Albemarle 
PETKA, ROBERT C. 

Wilmington, Del. 
PETERS, ROBERT L. Dunn 

PETTIGREW, JACQUELINE 

Rocky Mount 



PHELPS, BRENDA R. Durham 
PHILLIPS, LARRY W. Raeford 
PIERCE, GLORIA G. Roper 

PIERCE, KENNETH M. Windsor 
PIKE, DIANA L. Fremont 



PIKE, JOE B. Mount Airy 

PILAND, PERGY K. Oak City 
FINER, WALLACE J. Wilmington 
PITTMAN, THERESA A. 

Selfridge, A.F.B., Mich, 
POPE, FRANCES W. Dunn 



POWELL, GARY C. Hampton, Va. 
POWELL, JOAN E. 

Alexandria, Va. 
POWELL, THOMAS L. Ahoskie 
PRESLEY, RONNIE D. Belmont 
PRESSER, LONA K. Greenville 












PRESTON, GLORIA D. 
PRICE, JOSEPH M. 
PRIDGEN, ALICE M. 
PRYCE, SILAS H. 


Stokesdak 

Seaford, Del, 

La Grange 

Rockingham 


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PUGH, WORTH T. 
PULLEY, NANCY R. 
PURSER, HOWARD B. 
RACHELS, CAROLYN P. 


Greensboro 

Mount Olive 

Charlotte 

Richmond, Va, 


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RAPE, JANET L. 
RASOR, BROOKS M., JR. 
RAYFIELD, HUBERT E., JR. 
RAYNOR, MARGARET E. 


Monrot 

Clayton 

Wadesborc 

Fayetteville 



AVIS, ALMA D. 
DD, SARA V. 
ECE, MARY J. 
ESE, THOMAS O., JR. 



Magnolia 

Maysville 

Jonesville 

Newport News, Va. 



JUNIORS 




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REIBSMEN, VIRGINIA H. 

Chester, Va. 
REID, FAY M. Southern Pines 
REIF, PAUL B. New Castle, Del. 
RENEGAR, ANN P. Monroe 

RHOADES, JANICE C. 

Richmond, Va. 



RHODES, WILLIAM B., JR. 

Raleigh 
RHONEY, GERALDINE E. 

Hickory 
RICE, WILLIAM B. Kinston 

RICHARDSON, JOHN E. 

Zebulon 
RICHARDSON, GEORGE R. 

Roano, Va. 



RICKS, ETHRIDGE H., II 

New Bern 
RIDDICK, BOBBIE B. 

Norfolk, Va. 
RIDDLE, KATHRYN R. Ashville 
RIDGE, JOAN I. Smithfield 

ROBBINS, JUDITH D. 

Winston-Salem 



ROBBINS, LYNDA R. Ahoskie 
ROBBINS, PHYLLIS A. Siler City 
ROBERSON, TOMMY E. 

Robersonville 
ROBERTS, JOAN L. Durham 
ROBERTS, TOBY Goldsboro 



ROBERTSON, HORACE C. 

Littleton 
ROBERTSON, JAMES M., JR. 

Harmony 
ROBINSON, JAMES P. Greenville 
RODRIGUEZ, FREDERICK 

Brentwood, Md. 
RODMAN, ELEANOR M. 

Washington 



ROGERS, CAROL M. 

Winston-Salem 
ROOT, MELISSA E. 

Lynchboro, Va. 
ROPER, SELENA R. Norfolk, Va. 
ROSE, CHARLES F. Lucama 

ROSENTAL, MARITA S. 

Rocky Mount 



ROSS, PATRICIA ANN 
ROSS, PRISCILLA B. 
ROUNTREE, CAROLYN G. 
ROUSE, EMMA L. 



JUNIORS 





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ROUSE, PATRICIA Fayetteville 
ROUSSY, SUZANNE 

Lausanue, Switzerland 
RUDY, JOHN R. Lancaster, Pa. 
RUNNION, HARRY E. Lenoir 
RYON. THOMAS S., JR. Farmville 



SALDIN, CAROLE A. 

Pacific Palisades, Calif. 
SAMS, MICHAEL G. Greensboro 
SANDERSON, BETTY L. 

Albertson 
SANFORD, BERT J., Ill 

Rutherfordton 
SAPP, JANE E. Winston-Salem 



SARAFANDI, ABDUL F. 

Salfit-Nablus, Jordon 
SASSER, VIRGINIA K. 

Mount Olive 
SATTERWHITE, GARLAND 

Rutherfordton 
SCARLETT, JAMES G. Graham 
SCHWENCKE, CHRISTINE 

Palm Beach, Fla. 



SCHWIND, PATRICIA A. 

Levittown, Pa. 
SCOTT, CAROL J. Kenly 

SCOTT, HORACE K. Wilmington 
SCOTT, PATRICIA L. Durham 
SCOTT, RICHARD D. Sanford 



SESSOMS, BARBARA L. 

Lumberton 
SHEA, PATRICIA Norfolk, Va. 
SHEARIN, BARBARA A. 

Whiteville 
SHEARIN. DAN M. Whitakers 
SHEARON, BOBBY N. 

Wake Forest 



SHEETS, CHARLES E. 

Portsmouth, Va. 
SHEPARD, BRUCE G. Nags Head 
SHERMAN, GEORGE High Point 
SHERRILL, RUSSELL G. Raleigh 
SHOAF, MELINDA G. Burlington 



SHUTT, WANDA K. 

Winston-Salem 
SIEGFRIED, JUDITH W. 

Hampton, Va. 
SIGMON, JOYCE H. Roanoke, Va. 
SIKES, PAUL L., II Greensboro 
SIMPSON, WALTER S. 

Gretna, Va. 



SINGLETON, MAXINE H. 

Pink Hill 
SIZER, SHARON A. Suffolk, Va. 
SKINNER, CORONEL C. 

Greensboro 
SLAUGHTER, LINDA P. Blanch 
SMALL, ALICE F. Roper 



SMALL, DIANNE I. 

Elizabeth City 
SMITH, BARRY L. Nazareth, Pa. 
SMITH, BRENDA S. Benson 
SMITH, CAROLYN S. Greenville 
SMITH, DIANE D. Fayetteville 



SMITH, EDWIN T., JR. 

Winston-Salem 
SMITH, EMMETT G. Liberty 
SMITH, ETHEL M. Kinston 

SMITH, EULA M. Goldsboro 

SMITH, KENNETH R. Goldsboro 








GRADY, LELA F. 
SMITH, MARGARET F. 
SMITH, MARY C. 
SMITH, MARY D. 


Kinston 

Morehead City 

Mount Olive 

Greenville 


SMITH, MARY E. 
SMITH, MICHAEL E. 
SMITH, SUE E. 
SMOOT, CATHARINE 


Fayetteville 

Pawtucket, R.I. 

Greensboro 

Tarboro 


SNEAD, LAWRENCE C 
SNELL, DONNA H. 
SNOWDEN, WILSON W. 
SPELL, JAMES H. 


Yanceyville 

Mount Airy 

Currituck 

Roseboro 



SPRINGLE, CHARLES L. 
SPRINGS, ELEANOR A. 
STADFIELD, CAROL R. 
STAFFORD, FRANKLIN L, 



STAFFORD, GRACE A. 
STAFFORD, PATRICIA J. 
STALKER, SHARON E. 
STANLET, KENNETH R. 



STAPLEFORD. LORENA R. 
STARNES, MICHAEL H. 
STATON. VERNON E. 
STEED, ROLANT> E. 



STEPHENS, CHRISTI 
STEPHENSON. GLORIA E. 
STEPHENSON. JAJMES T. 
STEPHENSON, LINT>A A. 



STEVENS, WAYNE S. 
STEVENS. WILLIS R. 
STEWART. GDIS R. 

STILLMAN, LYNN B. 



STINAGLE. GEORGE W. 
STOCKS, BRENT)A A. 
STONE. SARA L. 
STRICKLAND, JOHN C, 



SPENCE, MARGARET A. 
SPENCER, BETT^' W. 
SPENCER, WALTER J., JR. 
SPIVEY, NANCY M. 




Concord 
Creswell 
Valdesc 
Edenton 






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Buena Vista. Va 



billow Springs 

Murfreesboro 

Seaboard 



Virgilina, Va 




Havelock 

Durham 

Goldsboro 



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rUBBS, PEGGY H. 
rUTTS, MARY A. 
TYRON, GEORGE T. 
UGG, EVE W. 



UMNER, JOHN E. 
UTE, ALBERT B., JR. 
WICEGOOD, LINDA S. 
YKES, BETTY L. 



Greenville 

Southern Pines 

Morehead 

Smithfield 



Winston-Salem 

Rahway, N.J. 

Lexington 

Kinston 



JUNIORS 





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TAYLOE, EDWARD D. 

Charlottesville, Va. 
TAYLOR, JUDITH A. Newport 
TAYLOR, SHERA D. Como 

TAYLOR, TONI J. Bradford, Pa. 
TEEL, BENNIE E. Greenville 



TERRELL, CHARLES L., JR. 

Raleigh 
TEACHEY, BOBBY Rose Hill 
TEACHEY, WILSON G. Wallace 
TERRY, LYDIA J. Blairs, Va. 
TESH, BILLY E. 

Newport News, Va. 



THIGPEN, BRENDA L, 

Greenville 
THIGPEN, JUDY L. Greenville 
THOMAS, AILLENE S. 

Arlington, Va. 
THOMPSON, ELSIE J. Charlotte 
THOMPSON, HENRY H., JR. 

Charlotte 



THOMPSON, JOHN W. 

Sparta, N.J. 
THOMPSON. MARTHA M. 

New Bern 
TOLLEY, SAMUEL R. Edenton 
TOWTSrSEND, TERRY D. 

Bernardsville, N.J. 
TRACY. MARGARET V. Charlotte 



TRIPP, JIMMIE L. 

Conneaut, Ohio 
TUCKER, JOSHUA L. Grifton 
TUCKER, RUSSELL E. Magnolia 
TLIRNER. JAMES M. Tyner 
TURNER, MARY A. Eure 



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TYLER, JUDITH E. Greensboro 
Ti'SON, JAMES E. Siler City 
TYSON, JOYCE A. Pinetown 
TYSON, SYLVIA J. Snow Camp 
UMBERGER, MILDRED J. 

Wytheville, Va. 



UNDERWOOD, WINSTON L. 

Rockville, Md. 
UPCHURCH, LARRY B. 

Wake Forest 
USSERY, RICHARD L. Raeford 
VALENTINE, NANCY T, 

Marshallberg 
VANDYKEN, CHRISTIAN 

Greenville 



VANDYKEN, JANE E. 

Camp Lejeune 
VANUK, DANIEL A. 

Rahway, N.J. 
VARNELL, CONNIE B. Elm City 
VAUGHN, JAMES A. Stokesdale 
VAUGHN, JANNIE G. Valdese 



VICK, MARTHA A. Jacksonville 
WACKERMAN, CHARLES S. 

PoUocksville 
WADSWORTH, ELIZABETH 

Arlington, Va. 
WALKER, ETHELYN J. Plymouth 
WALL, LARRY E. Winston-Salem 








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WALL, PAUL R. 
WALSH, JOHN L. 
WARD, WILLIAM A., JR. 
WARING, PATRICIA C. 



WARNER, JAMES R. 
WARREN, TONY D. 
WATERS, MARION H. 
WATERS, MARY M. 



WATKINS, DORIS P. 
WATSON, JACQUELYN M. 
WEATHERMAN, JANIE L. 
WEEKS, CHRISTOPHER E. 



East Bene 

Warwick, R.I 

Rich Square 

Richmond, Va, 



New Berr 

Robersonville 

Jamesvilk 

Plymouti 



Oxforc 

Chadbourr 

Statesvill( 

Elizabeth Cit) 



EISS, AUDREY L. 
ELLS, CARROLL L. 
ESCOTT, COLON \i( 
EST, JOYCE M. 



Charlotte 
Semora 
Manteo 
Concord 







JUNIORS 








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WEST, MICHAEL L. 

Carolina Beach 
WEST, SUSAN M. Statesville 
WESTER, CATHERINE L. 

Spring Hope 
WESTON, MAC A. Jacksonville 
WETHERINGTON, ROSELLA 

Kinston 



WHEELER, VALINDA A. 

Durham 
WHISENHUNT, MARGARET 

Hamlet 
WHITE, ELOUISE C. Ahoskie 
WHITE, FRIEDA R. Colerain 
WHITE, MILLIE Roper 



WHITE, MIRIAM K. Colerain 
WHITE, WILLIAM R. 

Manns Harbor 
WHITEHURST, GROVER J. 

Washington 
WHITEHURST, JOHN E. 

Robersonville 
WHITFIELD, SANDRA P. 

Rocky Mount 



WIEGNER, GEORGE M. 

Haddonfield, N.J. 
WIGGS, JAMES P. Pinetops 
WIGGS, VERNA J. Selma 

WILCOX, ROBERT A. 

Richmond. Va. 
WILKERSON, MYRTLE G. 

Newton Grove 



WILKINS, WILLIAM, JR. 

Fforence, S.C. 
WILLIAMS, BEULAH R. 

Wilmington 
WILLIAMS, CARLA L. 

Onancock, Va. 
WILLIAMS, CLARA A. 

Rocky Mount 
WILLIAMS, EDWIN J. Kinston 



WILLIAMS, EVA A. Ahoskie 
WILLIAMS, JAMES E., JR. 

Washington 
WILLIAMS, JOAN B. 

Suffolk, Va. 
WILLOUGHBY, JOSEPH D. 

Axden 
WILLIAMS, MAYME C. Raleigh 







WOOD, JUDITH E. 

Roanoke Rapids 
WOOD, NINA E. Chester, Va 
WOOD, MARILYN H. Ayden 
WOODARD, NANCY E. 

Princeton 
WOODARD, VICTORIA 

New Bern 



WOODLEY, MARY R. Columbia 
WOODSIDE, JERRY F. Durham 
WOOTEN, BILLIE J. Longhurst 
WOOTEN, MARTHA S. 

La Grange 
WORRELL, MARGARET J. 

Goldsboro 



WRIGHT, CAROLYN A. 

Portsmouth, Va. 
WRIGHT, DANNY W. 

Henderson 
YOUNG, ROBERT A., JR. 

Powells Point 
ZUZMA, REBECCA P. 

Williamsburg, Va. 




WILLIAMS, RONALD H. 
WILLIAMSON, DOROTHY C. 
WILLIAMSON, GRADY L. 
WILLIS, GRAYER K. 



WILLIS, JAYNE T. 
WILLIS, JOHN D. 
WILLIS, JONIBEL 
WILLOUGHBY, BEN C. 



WILSON, ANN L. 
WILSON, THERESE E. 
WINBON, GEORGE R. 
WINDHAM, LYNDIA L. 



WINSTEAD, JAMES E, JR. 
WINSTON, SAMUEL C. 
WOLFE, BONNIE M. 
WOMACK, JANE 



JUNIORS 



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SOPHOMORES 



ill Deal, President; Sallie Yopp, Secretary; Jane Helms, Treasurer; Bill Dickens, Vice-President. 



Class Officers 



Senators 



Our Freshman pass through one stage more 
And soon become our Sophomores. 
Sophomore means a "wise old fool," 
And this is true, as a general rule. 
His freshman year, now history. 
He wonders what he wants to be. 
Although he is a starter yet, 
He exceeds Freshmen, you can bet. 
Through study and implied result 
He deems to become an adult. 
When this plateau is finally reached 
He wishes others he may teach. 

By now he knows just what it takes 
To make the grades and stand the quakes. 
By now he knows what college is for, 
For he's a full fledged Sophomore. 




Pam Dalton, Jan Jackson, Bob Kerlin and Frank Rice. 




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AAN, BARBARA J. Raleigh 

ABBEY, SIMERON A., JR. Charlotte 
ABENE, MICHELE A. Ayden 

ABERNETHY, KATHRYN A. 

Nashville 
ADAMS, THOMAS N., Ill Greensboro 
AIKEN, JULIA M. Fuquay 



ALCOCK, GUY W. Pollocksville 

ALDRIDGE. JOHN T. Durham 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM K. 

Washington, D.C. 
ALLEN, JONATHAN C. Apex 

ALLEN. MICHAEL W. Four Oaks 
ALLIGOOD, MARIAM L. Washington 



Drew Pearson Gives Lecture. 



ALLRED, CHARLES R. Kannapolis 
ALLSBROOK, MICHAEL L. 

Greenville 
ALLSBROOK, WILLIAM B., JR. 

Roanoke Rapids 
ALTMAN, LINDA M. Kinston 

AMICK, HAROLD W. Burlington 

ANDERSON, LYNDA C. Matthews 



ANDERSON, SUE A. Falls Church, V.i 
ANDERSON, WILLIAM, IR. 

Olney, Va, 
ANDREWS, BRUCE W. Clinton 

ANDREWS, LOUISE F. Plymouth 

ANGELO, JOSEPH Lynbrook, N.Y. 
APPLEBY, ANDREW S. Franklin, Va, 



ARLEDEGE, MICHAEL P. Cary 

ARMSTRONG, PAUL, III Pinetops 
ARNOLD, CARL T. LeaksviUe 

ARNOLD, PATRICIA A. 

Portsmouth, Va. 
ARROWOOD, HAROLD A. Lexington 
ASKEW, ELIZABETH A, Kinston 



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AUSTIN, KENNETH W. Greensboro 
AVERSA, ALFONSO R. New Bern 
AVERY, JOHN A. Durham 

AVERY, MARY F. Farmville 

AVERY, NANCY P. Morganton 



AYCOCK, DONALD A. Wilson 

BAKER, BETTi' L. Washington 

BAKER, MICHAEL S. Typton, Ind. 
BALDWIN, HARRY L. Liberty 

BANKS, WILLIAM G. Holly Ridge 
BARBEE, BETSY C. Hertford 



BARDEN, WOODROW T. 
BAREFOOT, FRANCES M. 
BAREFOOT, JUDY E. 
BARGER, DONALD S. 
BARKER, WAYNE M. 



BARNES, EDWARD D. 
BARNES, JEAN D. 
BARNES, LINDA E. 
BARRIER, REBA A. 
BARRINGER, MARY J. 



BARROW, BARBARA A. 
BARTLETT, MARTHA B. 
BARTLEY, WILLEAM S. 
BARTS, DARRELL J. 
BARWICK, DELTEON W. 



BEATO, JOSEPH A. 
BECHT, SUSAN E. 
BELL, PATRICIA A. 
BELL, SYLVIA J. 
BEMIS, WILLIAM Y. 



Goldsboro 

Four Oaks 

Newton Grove 

Burlington 

Semore 



Kenly 

Wade 

Kinston 

Mount Pleasant 

Burlington 



Snow Hill 
Bowden 
Hubert 

Yanceyville 
Kinston 



BASNIGHT, SHEILA S. 


Manteo 


BATEMAN, RAYE N. 


Belhaven 


BAXLEY, HOWARD K. 


Wagram 


BEAL, JULIA C. 


Goldsboro 


BEAMAN, PATRICIA C. 


Stantonsburg 



Trenton, N.J. 
Concord 
Elizabethtown 
Rocky Mount 
Robersonville 




SOPHOMORES 




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BENDER, BARBARA B. 
BENNETT, BARBARA S. 
BENNETT, RONALD P. 
BERINI, DANTE C. 
BERRY, BONNIE G. 



BEST, BRENDA F. 
BIGGS, SARA C. 
BIRD, ROBERT F. 
BISHOP, ALFRED J. 
BISHOP, JANE E. 



BLACKMAN, CLARA J. 
BLANCHARD, STEPHEN M. 
BLAND, MARVIN H., JR. 
BLOOD^J^■ORTH. ANEXANDER 
BLOUNT, GWENDOLYN M. 



Pollocksville 

New Bern 

Ellerbe 

Durham 

Fayetteville 



Goldsboro 

Hickory 

Asheboro 

Goldsboro 

Bath 



Dudley 
Raleigh 

New Bern 
Durham 

JamesviUe 



283 



BOLE JACK. DON P. 
BOLEY, SUE E. 
BOLLING, BARBARA J. 
BONDS, MARY D. 
BONEY, PATRICIA E. 


Pittsboro 

Bethesda, Md. 

Winston-Salem 

Williamston 

Hamlet 


BOOKER, JOHN A., Ill 
BOST, WALTER L. 
BOSTIC, WALTER E., JR. 
BOVARD, WALTER B. 
BOWEN, PATRICIA K. 


Blackstone, Va. 

Clinton 

Warsaw 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Plymouth 


BOWERS, DOUGLAS B. 
BOWMAN, MARIE C. 
BOYD, IRA H. 
BOYD, REBECCA J. 
BOYD, WILLIAM T. 


Graham 

Hudson 

Plymouth 

Goldsboro 

Springfield, Va. 


BOYHAN, THOMAS P. 
BOYKIN, LYNDA L. 
BOYKIN, WILLIAM B. 
BRABBLE, DIANA F. 
BRADFORD, SUSAN E. 


Oakdale, N.Y. 

Winter\-ille 

Sims 

Edenton 

Arlington, Va. 


BRAME, KERMIT D., JR. 
BRANN, LORRAINE W. 
BREWER, FRANK L. 
BRICKHOUSE, HERBERT L. 
BRIGHT, MARY C. 


Kenly 

Snow Hill 

Greenville 

Columbia 

Raleigh 


BRILEY, BETTY J. 
BRITT, LEONARD E. 
BRITT, REBECCA A. 
BRITTON, BRENDA C. 
BRITTON, JOHN C. 


Greenville 

Princeton 

Mount 01iv6 

Lewiston 

Cranbury. N.J. 



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BROADHURST, JANET C. 
BROADHURST, MARY E. 
BROOKS, LORA C. 
BROOKS, SHEILA A. 



BROWDER, JAMES L. 
BROWN, DAVID A. 
BROWN, ELIZABETH B. 
BROWN, KENNETH E. 
BROWN, LAWERNCE M., JR. 



Lewiston 

Wilson 

Mount Olive 

Durham 

Fayetteville 



Richmond, Va. 

Youngsville 

Tarboro 

Fredericksburg, Va. 

Lynchburg, Va. 



lOWN, MARY J. Hobbsville 

lOWN, PATRICIA J. Rocky Point 

XOWN, REBECCA A. Rockingham 
^O^-TSI, ROBERT C, JR. 

Roanoke Rapids 

<O^TsI, THOMAS E. Greenville 

lYAN, JAMES W., Ill Hobgood 



RYANT, ROSS F. Washington, D.C. 
UCK, ELBERT T., JR. Wintenille 
ULLA, JANE C. Asheboro 

ULLARD, -LINDA N. Lumber Bridge 
ULLOCK, JIMMIE N. Fairmont 

ULLUCK, JUDY K. WiUiamston 







Wright Fountain gets a much needed 
bath from college maintenance employ- 
ees — to remove soap suds. 



SOPHOMORES 






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BURGESS, WILLIAM L. Washmgton 
BURGESS, PEGGY R. Battleboro 

BURKE, JOHN V. Jacksonville 

BURNS, ELIZABETH A. Pittsboro 
BURNSIDE, BRUCE M. Arlington, Va. 
BURROUGHS, CANDACE V. 

Bridgeton 



BURTON, P. JANE High Point 

BUTLER, CHARLES K. 

Charlottesville, Va. 
BYNUM, CATHERINE E. 

Iron Station 
BYRD, FRANKLIN D., Ill Fayetteville 
BYRD, RETHA F. Coats 

BYRNE, RICHARD L. Fayetteville 



CALDER, LEROY A., JR. Albemarle 
CALHOUN, BRENDA G. Greenville 
CAMP, JAMES C. Pittsboro 

CAMPBELL, MARTHA E. 

Rocky Mount 
CAMPBELL, MARY E. Oxford 

CAMPBELL, PATRICIA A. 

Burlington 



CAMPBELL, THOMAS H. Wilson 
CANNADY, WILLIAM M., JR. 

Oxford 
CANNON, INA S. Grimesland 

CAPPS, PAUL C, JR. Jacksonville 
CARAWAN, DOUGLAS D. Mesic 
CARAWON, EMOGENE Cove City 






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CARMICHAEL, FRANCES C. 
CARPENTER, MARY J. 
CARR, VIRGINIA S. 
CARRAWAY, JOSEPH L. 



CARRAWAY, PEGGY L. 
CARTER, BRENDA H. 
CARTER, ELINOR M. 
CARTER, PARKER W. 
CASEY, PHILLIP H., JR. 



CASH, SONDRA L 
CASHION, JAMES E., JR. 
CAUDLE, RICHARD L. 
CHADWICK, VERNON P. 
CHAPMAN, TAMES A. 



Edenton 

Norfolk, Va. 

Newport News, Va. 

Dudley 

Farmville 



Greenville 

Garland 

Halifax, Va. 

Mullins, S.C. 

Lynchburg, Va. 



Franklinton 

Mooresville 

Charlotte 

Silver Spring, Mo. 

Greenville 



CHAPPELL, ELLEN D. 
CHEROFF, RICHARD P. 
CHERRY, BEm' L. 
CHERRY, JANET A. 
CHILTON, LARRY W. 



CHRISTENBURY, JL'DY M. 
CLAPP, ALVIS R. 
CLARK, MARY E. 
CLARK, RUBY J. 
CLEGG, ELEANOR J. 



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CLOUGH, DAVID N. 

COATES, JAMES E. 

COBB, RICHARD E. 

COBB, VADEN L. 


Wilson 
Columbia 
Coates 
Edenton 
Greensboro 


COCHRAN, FRANCIL W.. JR. 
COCKMAN, JAMES E. 
COLE, DONALD W. 
COLE, LENA C 
COLEMAN, MAURICE A , JR. 


Greensboro 

Rockingham 

Siler City 

Fountain 

Glendale, Ariz. 


COLLINS, JUDITH A. 
COLLINS, SYLVIA D. 
COMER, \VA\'NE D. 
CONRAD, VIRGINIA D. 
COOK, JAMES A. 


Wake Forest 

Elizabeth City 

Goldsboro 

Charlotte 

Blanch 









COOPER, GILBERT G.; JR. 
COOPER, SANDRA L. 
CORBETT, DOUGLAS R. 
COTTON, JERRY W. 
COWART, JOHN W. 


Morehead City 

Wilson 

Goldsboro 

Moncure 

Camp Lejune 


COX, CORNELIA I. 
COX, OTTIS G., JR. 
COX, SAMUEL H. 
CRABTREE, MARTHA A. 
CRANE, PETER B. 


Clayton 

Chocowinity 

Goldsboro 

Rougemont 

Fayetteville 


CRAYTON, JAMES E., JR. 
CREECH, GLORIA J. 
CREECH, JOYE L. 
CREW, JOHN A. 
CRISP, BETTY L. 


Smithfield 

Kinston 

Fayetteville 

Morganton 

Pinetops 


CROCKER, LINDS B. 
CROLL, NANCY J. 
CROOM, FRANCES E. 
CROSBY, SANDRA G. 
CROSS, CAROL J. 


Henderson 
Federalsburg, Mo. 

Raleigh 
Charlotte 



Pirate gridders Norman Swindell, Bill 
Cline, and Bill Prince, cast their ballots 
in the Student Government Associations 
elections. 



SOPHOMORES 



:R0WELL, WILLIAM J. Norfolk, Va. 
:RAXT0N, HILDA A. Richmond, Va. 
:ULPEPPER, VICTORIA J. 

Portsmouth, Va. 
;UNNINGHAM, SYDNEY G. 

Winston-Salem 
;URRIN, GLENDA F. Angier 

URRIN, PHYLLIS A. Henderson 



URRIN, SANDRA E. Angier 

YGAN, JOEL R. Westminster, Mass. 
>AIL, DELLA R. Greenville 

(ALTON, PAMELA J. Greensboro 
>ANIEL, ANNE C. Greenville 

lANIEL, BEN A. Yanceyville 



ANIEL, DARRYL T. Rocky Mount 
ANIELS, CANDACE A. Statesviile 
ANIELS, JIMMY R. Rocky Mount 
ARDEN, CARL D. Newton Grove 
ARK, LOIS E. Sanford 

AVENPORT, ANDREW 

Rocky Mount 










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DAVIDSON, TONDRA C. 
DAVIS, ARCHIE D, 
DAVIS, DORIS A. 
DAVIS, GARY E. 
DAVIS, GEORGIA E. 


Statesvilie 

Atlantic Beach 

Whiteville 

Pantepo 

Four Oaks 


DAVIS, 
DAVIS, 
DAVIS, 
DAVIS, 
DAVIS, 


KATHERINE L. 
LYLA D. 
MARY L. 

SUSAN L, 
WILLIAM S., JR. 


Faison 

Columbia 

Smithfiekl 

Mount Airy 

Warrcnton 


DAWSON, LINDA S. 
DAY, SANDRA J. 
DEAL, lACKIE W. 
DEAL, "MADELINE E. 
DEAL. WILLIAM F. 


Kinston 

Oxford 

Pinetops 

Farmville 

Statesvilie 


DEATON, ELIZABETH A. 
DECKER, WILLIAM E. 
DEMILLE, FRANK R. 
DENNIS, CHRISTOPHER L. 
DENNIS, JOYCE F. 


Mooresville 

Bellmawr, N.J. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Swansboro 

Ayden 


DENTON, EMILY C. 
DERRICKSON, VIVIAN M. 
DICKENS, lUDY A. 
DICKENS, "WILLIAM I., Ill 
DILDA, KENNETH W. 


Whitakers 

Selleyville, Del. 

Rocky Mount 

Wilson 

Fountain 




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DINEEN, MICHAEL L 
DOOD, WILLIAM C." 
DODDS, LINDA E. 
DODSON, THOMAS A. 
DOTY, FRANKS, JR. 


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Wilmingto 

Raleigi 

Greenvill 

Kinsto: 

Charlott 


DOUGHTIE, TOAN L. 
DRAKE, ROGER W., JR 
DRIVER, CHARLES M., 
DUNAWAY, DONALD 
DUNCAN, ROBERT T.. 


JR. 


Holland, Va 

Franklin, Va 

Landi 

Elizabeth Cit 

Raleigl 


DUNN, JENNIE S. 
EADIE, JOAN G. 
FARNHArDT, LINDA .K 
EDGERTON, CAROL F. 
EDWARDS, BRENDA E. 


Hendersoi 

Farmingdale, N.Y 

Concon 

Greensbon 

Aydei 



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EDWARDS, DIANA W. Louisburg 

EDWARDS, GLENDA A. Sanford 

EDWARDS, JOSEPH C. Rocky Moune 

EDWARDS, LISTON G. Goldsboro 

EDWARDS, MARY A. Polkton 

EDWARDS, SANDRA R. Selma 



EDWARDS, STANLEY E. Washington 
EDWARDS, TANA R Merritt 

EFLAND, DONALD C. Efland 

EICHORN, DENNIS E. Ayden 

ELKINS, ROBERT B. Arlington, Va. 
ELLIOTT, MARTHA L. Charlotte 



for Dormitory Dedication. 



EMBLER, TOE F. Asheville 

EMORY, CHRISTINE S. New Bern 
ENGLISH, ALINDA L. Warsaw 

ENNIS, WAYNE L. Durham 

EQUILS, JAMES W. Norfolk, Va. 
ESHAM, DAVID E. Ocracoke 



ESSER, MARIAN Raleigh 

EUBANKS, LINWOOD G. Trenton 
EURE, JACQUELYN P. Gates 

EVANS, AUDREY K. Durham 

EVANS, BETSY L. Merr>' Hill 

EVANS. CRYSTAL L. Shalotte 



EVANS, SUSAN W. Edenton 

EWELL, GRACE L. Greenville 

FAIRLESS, BRENDA R. Colerain 

FALLS, IDA J. Bessemer City 

FaNN, SANDRA L. Salemburg 

FARTHING, MICHELE P. Goldsboro 




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FEGAN, HAROLD J. Greenville 

FELTON, LARRY L. Eure 

FENNELL, MARY M. Rocky Point 

FERGUSON, DOROTHY R. 

Lemon Springs 
FERRELL, LENNIS F. Weldon 

FERRIS, LINDA P. Belhaven 



FETZER, DANIEL J. Shelby 

FITZGERALD, DOUGLAS H. 

Wilson 
FLOWERS, DIXIE R. Four Oaks 

FOOS, GAIL E. Smithfield 

FORBES, CHARLES E. Robersonville 
FORBES, VERNON M. JR. 

Burlington 



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FORD, AMNA A. Fayetteville 
FORD, ANTHONY T. 

Williamsburg, Va. 

FORREST KAY I. Vanceboro 

FOWLE, ROBERT A. Washington 

FRANKLIN, JAMES T. Raleigh 

FRANKS, DONALD R^ GoMsboro 








FRAZIER. DAVID C. Raleigh 

FREEMAN, CATHERINE A. 

Asheboro 
FREUDIG, FRANK F. Winston-Salem 
FRIDLEY, CLAUDE R. 

Alexandria, Va 
FRITZ, JEAN GoldsboiO 

FRYE, DONALD G. Carthage 






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FUSSELL, ROBIN L. Winterville 

GARBETT, EARL W. JR. 

Richmond, Va. 
GARDNER, GARY L. Williamston 
GARMON, KENNETH S. Concord 
GARRETT, MARY E. Wilmington 

GARRIS, WILLIAM R. Greenville 



GATLING, FRANK P. Springfield, Va. 
GAUTIER. JUDITH A. Washington 
GAYNOR. BEVERLY J. Falkland 

GEHMAN, ADRIENNE D. 

Namakagar, Pa, 
GENTRY, LINDA C. 

Wrichtsville Beach 
GENTRY. MARY A. King 



GIFFORD, RICHARD O. 

Hyattsville, Md. 
GILLEY. FRANCES A. Morresville 
GILLIAx^L AN^NE S. Durham 

GILLIS. WILLIAM J. Fayetteville 
GLAZIER, LINDA A. 

Hunnington. W. Va. 
GOINS. SHERRY G. H.gh Point 



GOODING, EVA M. Elizabeth City 
GOULD, LINDSEY M. Raleigh 

GRAHAM. GARY C. Greensboro 

GRAHAM, JANICE R. Greensboro 
GRALICK. JOSEPH A. 

Maple Shade, N.J. 
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GRA^', ANNETTE 
GRAY, JOANNE 
GRAY, AtERICE A. 
GRAY, SANDRA L. 



GREEN, LISA 

GREENWAY, DENNIS C. 
GREGG, GERALD B. 
GREGORY, DAVID B. 
GREGORY, WILLIAM E. 



GRESH, EDWARD L. 
GRIFFIN, CAROL E. 
GRIFFIN, CAROLYN J. 
GRIFFIN, REBECCA F. 
GIRFFIN, SUSAN C. 



GRIMES, ROBERT L. 
GRISSOM, CHARLES E. 
GUIN. MARY N. 
GULLEY, THOMAS L. 
GUPTON, JOYCE A. 



GURGANUS, MARCIA A. 
GUSTAFSON, CAROL A. 
GUTBERLET, MICHAEL J. 
GUTHRIE, CARL C 
GUTTERMAN, HERBERT E. 



GUY, HARRY D. 
GUY', JOHN A. 
GWIN, MARY G. 
GWYNNE, MATT K., 
HADDOCK, LINDA F. 



Goldsboro 

Jacksonville 

Falls Church, Va. 

Newport 

Durham 



Norfolk, Va. 

Henderson 

Chevy Chase, Md. 

Shawboro 

Wilson 



Raleigh 

Fairmont 

Edenton 

Washington 

Hendersonville 



RobersonviUe 

Henderson 

Thomasville 

Tarboro 

Hollister 



Greenville 

WiUiamston 

Norfolk. Va. 

Jacksonville 

Norfolk, Va, 



Calypso 
Charlotte 

Burlington 
Wag ram 

Hookerton 





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HALL, THELMA K. 
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HAMRICK, WALTER R. 
HAND, TAMES W. 






HANSEN, LINDA R. 
HANSEN, WALFRED J. 
HARDEE. DANIEL E. 
HARDEE ROGER B. 
HARDISON, CLIFTON, L. 



Kenansville 

YoungsviUe 

Somere Point N.J. 

Shelby 

Alexis 



Hartford, Conn. 

New Bern 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Seven Springs 



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HARMON, WILLIAM K. 
HARPER, JAMES S., JR. 
HARPER, JOE J., JR. 
HARRELL, CHARLIE R. 


Deep Run 

OIney, Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Whitakers 

Tarboro 


HARRELL, SANDRA F. 
HARRELL, SHIRLEY J. 
HARRINGTON, JAMES, JR. 
HARRINGTON, MARION R. 
HARRIS, ALETIA D. 


Macclesffield 

Colerain 

Olivia 

Greenville 

Rocky Mount 


HARRIS, CARLTON W. 
HARRIS, CAROLYN J. 
HARRIS, DOLORES R. 
HARRIS, DONALD C. 
HARRIS, MARSHA K. 


Swan Quarter 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Fayetteville 

PineviUe 


HARRIS, SARAH E. 
HARRIS, SHELLY S. 
HARRISON, MARTHA S. 
HARRISON, SANDRA K. 
HARRISON, ^'ILLIAM E. 


Kings Park, N.Y. 

Fayetteville 

Lexington, Ky. 

Grifton 

Windsor 



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HARVEY, CAROLE M. 


Statesville 


HASKINS, RICHARD B. Raleigh 


HASTE, JUDY A. 


Edenton 


HATLEY, GUY L. 


Kannopolis 


HAWKINS, JOHN O. 


Mebane 


HAYWORTH, CHARLOTTE S. 




Asheboro 


HEALY, CLARENCE V„ 


JR. 




Charlotte 


HEATH, CHARLES L. 


Kinston 


HECKMAN, GEORGE H 


;., Ill 




Graham 


HEDGECOCK, RICHARD T. 




Kernersville 


HELMS, JANE A. 


Raleigh 


HELMS, NANCY A. 


Rocky Mount 


HENDERSON, WILMA 


J. 




Statesville 


HENDLEY, MARY G. 


Albemarle 


HENDRICKS, W. F., Ill 






Richmond, Va. 


HENDRIX, JUDY G. 


Hickory 


HENRIES, MAX E. 


Aurora 



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)LT. EDWINA F. 
)LT. JAMES L. 
)LTON, JANICE 
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Raleigh 



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HERRING, VARO E. 
HERRINGTON, PHILLIP 
MICKEY, THOMAS D. 
HICKS, DONNA LEE 


Conover 

Mount Olive 

Martinsville, Va. 

South Boston. Va. 

New Bern 


HIGNITE, RONALD E. 
HILL, IIMMY S. 
HILL, POLLY A. 
HILL. ROBERT M. 
HILLIARD, CAROLYN S. 


Greenville 

Ridgeway, Va. 

Camp LeJeune 

Richmond, Va. 

Zebulon 


HOBBS, JOYCELYN R. 
HOBGOOD, REBECCA S. 
HOFFMANN, KATHARINE A. 
HOGG, OAKLEY W., JR. 
HOGSETT, JAMES ALTON 


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Durham 

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Gloucester, Va. 

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HONEYCUTT, CAROL A. 
HORNE, JO ANNE 
HOUSE, TRILLIS G. 
HOWARD, EDNA G. 


Cherryville 
Lexington 
Greenville 
Ayden 
Pmk Hill 


HO^X'ARD, THOMAS R. 
HO-W'ARD, TIFFANY C 
HOWERTON, MICHAEL D, 
HOWERTON, OVELIA K. 
HOWETT, KATHRYN E. 


Wilson 

Durham 

LeaksviUe 

Winston-Salem 

Columbia 


HRUSLINSKI, ELEANOR M. Burlington 
HUBER, JAMES A. HuntsviUe. Ala. 
HUDGINS, ALBERT D. Enfield 
HUDGINS, EDWARD A., JR. Newport News., Va. 
HUDSON, ANN Richmond, Va. 



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HUGHES, PATRICIA L. 
HULIN, GARY WARREN 
HUNNICUTT, ETTA P. 
HUNNIECUTT, JOSEPH W. 



HUNT. rOHN E. 
HUNT. MAMIE LOUISE 
HUNT. PATRICIA M. 
HUNTER. FRANCES L. 
HASSEY. DOROTHY A. 



HUX. ALBERT R. 
ILES. CARRIE E. 
INMAN. JANET L. 
IPOCK. INA FAYE 
IPOCK. PEGGY EARLE 



JACKSON, EMMA J. 
JACKSON, GLORIA 1. 
JACKSON, HENRY B. 
JACKSON, IVA C. 
JACKSON, FLOYD A. 



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Asheboro 

Durham 

Bethel 



Riviera Beach, Fla. 

Oxford 

Newton 

Elizabeth City 

West End 



Roanoke Rapids 

Littleton 

Lumberton 

New Bern 

Greenville 



Autryville 

Petersburg. Va. 

Vass 

Winterville 

Dunn 



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lACKSON. lANIS R 
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lACKSON. MACK D. 
JACKSON, MARY D. 
lACKSON, MARY F. 
JACKSON, VIRGINIA A 
lACKSON. VIRGINIA E. 



JAMES, LAWRENCE A. 

Elizabeth Citv 
JANES, MARGARET L. 

Flushing, NY. 
JASTREMSKI, LYNLEE 

Baltimore, Md. 
JENKINS. ALBERTA Jacksonville 

JENKINS, SALLY J. Gastonia 

JENNINGS. JAMES A. Statesville 



JOHNSON, ASHELY A. Liberty 

JOHNSON, DORIS G. Greensboro 

JOHNSON, FRANCES K. Grifton 
JOHNSON, JANIE L. Portsmouth, Va. 



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JOHNSON, MELVA R. 



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JOHNSTON, FRANKLIN B. 
JOHNSTON, WILLIMA M. 
JONES, CAROLYN R. 
JONES, DANIEL I. 


Wilmington 

Edenton 

Greenville 

Bronx, NY. 
Durham 


JONES, 
JONES, 
JONES, 
JONES, 
JONES, 


JAMES E. 

JANE A. 

KAY F. 
LARRY R. 
RICHARD R. 


Corapeake 

Faith 

Smithfield 

Mount Olive 

Morrisville 


JONES, SUE T. 
JOYNER, CAROLYN S. 
JOYNER KENNETH T. 
JOYNER, MARGARET L. 
JOYNER, MARY C. 


Jacksonville 

Tarboro 

Greenville 

Rich Square 

Rocky Mount 



oyner thurman d. 
oyner, william b. 
urin, paula a. 
:aylor, loanne 

;EARNEY, MARY K. 



EEL, LINDA L. 
EEN, BRENDA L. 
EFFER, JANE PORTIA 
ELLER, LAUREN C. 
ELLEY, FRANCES A. 



Ayden 

Wilson 

Richmond, Va. 

Hickory 

Goldsboro 



Jacksonville 

Mount Olive 

Kinston 

Alexandria, ,Va. 

Hickory 










KELLY, JERRY M. 
KENNEDY, JOYCE C. 
KERLIN, ROBERT B. 
KERN, EDWARD A. 
KERR, MARJORIE A. 


Sanford 

Enfield 

Brandenton, Fla. 

Levittown, Pa. 

Hopewell, Va. 


KEY, BRENDA G. 
KINCAID, BILLY F. 
KING, REBECCA S. 
KING, WALTER C. 
KINLAW, WILLIAM B. 


Elkin 

Greensboro 

Willard 

Bessemer City 

Ahoskie 


KINZIE, MICHAEL A. 
KIRKMAN, ROBERT L. 
KITTS, MONTRIAL D. 
KfVETT, BARBARA B. 
KLINGMAN, GLENDA L. 


Bridgewater, Va. 

Greensboro 

Glenview, III. 

Asheboro 

Raleigh 



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KNIGHT. JANICE G. 
KNOTT. MARY A. 
KOGELMAN, MARILYN D. 
KOONCE. lOHN E. 



KORNEGAY SARAH P. 
LAMBERT. CLYDE A. 
LAMBERT. SHARON H. 
LAMBETH. BEN A. 
LAMOLREUX. WESLEY D. 



Richmond, Va. 

Hampton. Va. 

Wendell 

Alexandria. Va. 

Roxboro 



Goldsboro 
Greensboro 
Newton. N.J. 
Lumberton 
Greenville 



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LAND. JAN E. Taylorsville 

LANE. LEWIS P.. Ill Rocky Mount 
LANE. PATRICIA L. Rockville, Md. 
LANGDON. WALTER T. Four Oaks 
LANGSTON. DONNIE S. Goldsboro 



LANIER. MARTHA J. Asheboro 

LANIER. SYLVIA T- Maple Hill 

LAPP. NANCY L. Earmville 

LASLEY, MARGARET R. Draper 

LASPINA. ANTHONY V. Zebulon 
LAUB. CHARLIE G. Midway Park 



LAWSON. TED R. Suffolk. Va. 

LEE. MARGARET A. Washington 

LEGGETT. VIRGINIA C. Windsor 
LEGGETTE, LINDA H. RobersonviUe 
LEONARD. LUTHER G. Louisburg 
LEONHARD, MARY E. Dunn 



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LESTER. JAMES E. 
LETCHWORTH. DOROTHY A. 
LEVINE. ROBERT R. 
LEWIS. ALEXANDER J. 
LEWIS, JAMES D., JR. 


Orange. Va. 

Farmville 

Canton 

Bethel 

Thomasville 


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LEWIS. SARA L. 
LEWIS. VICKIE C. 
LEWIS, WILLIAM E. 
LITTLE. BRENDA L 
LITTLE. HELEN C. 


Wilson 

High Point 

Goldsboro 

Laurel Hill 

Charlotte 



LITTLE, LENYER M. 
LITTLETON, GERALD W. 
LLOYD, DONALD R. 
LOCKAMY, THOMAS B., JR. 
LONG, REBECCA A. 


Elizabeth City 

Goldsboro 

New Castle, Del. 

Clinton 

Roxboro 


LORBACHER, RODNEY A. 
LORD DALE S. 
LORENZ, BILLIE L. 
LOVE, LYNDA G. 
LOX, KAREN A. 


Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Cary 

Kinston 

Roanoke, Va. 


LUCAS, ALICE D. 
LUCAS, GALE M. 
LUPTON, BETSY A. 
LUPTON, ROY H., JR. 
LUTON, MATTIE Y. 


Halifax 

Plymouth 

Havelock 

Lowland 

Elizabeth City 


LUTON, PEGGY A. 
MAISEL, WILLIAM D. 
MALINSKY, MICHAEL A. 
MALLARD, KATHRYN H. 
MANNING, DAVID A. 


Elizabeth City 
New Bern 
Lumberton 
Smithfield 
New Bern 


MANOS, GEORGE 
MARMORATO, ANNE L. 
MARSHALL, CAROLYN B. 
MARSHALL, RANDY A. 
MARTIN, CHARLES G. 


Norfolk, Va. 

Burlington 

Engelhard 

Henderson 

Roxboro 



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MASON, ALBERT N., JR. 
MASSENGILL, JLIDY A. 
MASSEY, CAROLYN W. 
MATHER, JAMES P. 



MATHEWS, DONALD G. 
MATTHEWS, GEORGE T 
MATTHEWS, WANDA L. 
MAUNEY, GARY L. 
MAUS, JAMES E. 



MAY, GEORGE S, 
McCALLISTER, WENDELL 
McCHESNEY. JAMES D. 
McCLENNY, MARIE D. 
McCLURE JAMES H. 



Greenville 

Tarboro 

Fayetteville 

Goldsboro 

Virginia Beach, Va. 



Camden 

Farmville 

Havelock 

Shelby 

Reidsville 



Rocky Mount 

Covington, Va. 

Charleston, W. Va. 

Goldsboro 

Bath 



McCOOL, THERESA A. 
McCOTTER, CHARLES J. 
McCULLEN, GEORGE W. 
McDERMOTT, LOLA D. 

McDonald, linda d. 



McENTEE, GIRARD L.. 
McGHEE. ELIZABETH C. 
McHORNEY, SAMUEL J. 
McINTYRE, LUCY W. 
McKEE. ROBERT S. 



Mcpherson, harry g. 
meadows, mary a. 
meadows, terry e. 
mears, diane r. 

MEDLIN, THOMAS E, 



MELTON, WOODROW D. 
MELVIN, ROBERT P. 
MERCER, JUDY, G. 
MERCER, SARAH V. 
MERRITT, TERRY L. 



METCALFE, SUELLEN 
MILLER, BONNIE M. 
MILLER, CHARLES E. 
MILLER, GERALD R. 
MILLER, JOHN G. 



Rock Hill, S.C. 
Wilmington 



Alexandria, Va. 

Newport News, Va. 

Washington 

Rockingham 

Lumberton 



Camden 

Maysville 

Hubert 

more, Va. 

Durham 



Hubert 

fmston-Salem 

Black Creek 

Hamlet 

Faye 



Arlington, Va. 
Stedman 



Plymouth 
Edgewater, Md. 








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MILLER, LESLIE E. 
MILLER, MARY L. 
MILLER, NANCY J. 
MITCHELL, JOAN L. 
MOODY, PRESTON A. 


Washingto 
Beulavil 
Suffolk.V 
Greensboi 
Henderso 


MOORE, JACQUELINE A. 
MOORE, lAMES G. 
MOORE, KATE H. 
MOORE, LINDA J. 
MOORE, MARY B. 


Ahoski 
Marshvill 

Willar 


MOORE, MARY E. 
MOORE, RICHARD A. 
MOORE, SANDRA K. 
MOORE, SARA N. 
MORGAN, DONNA L. 


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Swansbor 
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Siler Cit 
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MORRIS, LINLY G. 
MORTON, MICHAEL L. 
MOSS, SUSAN E. 
MULL, CHARLES M. 
MULLALY, CHARLES F., 



MULLEN, REBECCA A. 
MULLINS, WALTER E. 
MUMFORD, EMMA V. 
MURPHY, MARY J. 
MURPHY, ROSE S. 



Vanceboro 

Alexandria, Va. 

Richmond, Va. 

Hickory 

Alexandria, Va. 



South Mills 

Spring Hope 

Greenville 

Asheville 

Durham 



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NANCE, MARY C. 
NASH, KATY D. 
NEELY, FULTON R. 
NEELY, PATRICIA A. 
NELSON, ELEANOR M 



NELSON, WALLACE V., JR 
NEWBERN, ANTHONY E. 
NEWMAN, EMMA L. 
NEWMAN, TAMES B., JR. 
NEWTON, DOROTHY K. 




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NICHOLS. ELIZABETH A. 
NICHOLSON. J. E., JR. 
NOFFZ, MARY K. 
NOLAN, JAMES C 
NORRIS, PERRY W. 



NORWOOD, JOHN S. 
OBRIANT, ADELIA L. 
ODEN, LYNDA G. 
ODHAM, PAMELA G. 
ODOM, JANICE E. 



Greenville 

Raleigh 

Hendersonville 

Morehead City 

Durham 



Black Mountain 

Durham 

Pinetown 

Grifton 

Saint Pauls 



OLDHAM, BRENDA M. 
OLIVE, SARA P. 
OLSEN, RICHARD P. 
OSTEEN, JULIA G. 
OTT, BETTY JO. 



OUTLAW, EDYTHE M. 
OUTLAW, SHIRLEY S. 
OWNES, DORIS GLEN 
PAIT, JULIA A. 
PARKER, MELBA J. 



PARKER, PATRICIA L. 
PARRISH, CARY M. 
PARRISH, RONALD T. 
PARSONS, CHERYL E. 
PARSONS, JIMMY C. 



PASQUARIELLO, DANIEL 
PASSAMONTE, FR£D J. Hu 

PATE, JAMES H. 
PATE, LINDA K. 
PATRICK, ALTON R. 



PEADEN, MARY I. 
PEARCE, CAROL A. 
PEARCE, JUDY R. 
PEARSON, THOMAS \ 
PEELE, DOUGLAS T. 



PEELE, PATRICIA A. 
PENLAND, BARBARA A. 
PERKINS, ANN C: 
PERKINSON, JAMES E., JR. 
PERRY, JOAN G. 



Sanford 

Winterville 

Belle Mead, N.J. 

Asheboro 

Moorefield, W. Va. 



Dudley 

Albertson 

Washington 

Bladenboro 

Benson 



Hampton, Va. 

Winston-Salem 

Durham 

Lenoir 

Wilkesboro 



Paterson, N.J. 

ngton Station, N.Y. 

Lucama 

Hope Mills 

Roanoke Rapids 



Greenville 

Richmond, Va. 

Youngsville 

Jacksonville 

Ahoskie 



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Portsmouth, Va. 

Littleton 



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PIPER, WILLIAM M. 
PITCHFORD, RAY E., JR. 
PITT, GAYE W. 
PITTMAN, IRVING K. 



Wilmington 

Raleigh 

Greenville 

Franklin 

Durham 



Rocky Mount 
Selma 



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:-TMAN, IVEY H. 
PTMAN, JANET E. 
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LHILL, JOHN H, 
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Jacksonville 
Hampstead 
Lincolnton 
New Bern 



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PE, WILLIAM P. Roanoke Rapids 
RASUPHATANA, TINRAH 

Roanoke, Va. 
TTER, JOSHUA E., JR. Lowland 
MTV, CHARLES F., JR. Wilmington 
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PRICE, FRANCES 



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PRITCHETT, WILLIAM W., JR 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
PRIVETTE, PHILLIP M. Zebulon 

PROCTOR, JOSEPH E. Hertford 

PRYOR, ELIZABETH A. Fayetteville 
PULLEY, CHARLIE H., JR 

Jacksonville 
PURCELL, SEAN F. Grimesland 



PURVIS, KATHERINE A. 

Robersonville 
PYNE, NEIL L. Charlotte 

QUALLS, ORVILLE P. Hollister 

QUINLIVAN, MICHAEL J. 

Pensacola, Fla. 
QUINN, JEROME A. Jacksonville 

QUINN, MICHAEL L. Gastonia 



QUINN, ROBERT W. Newport 

RABON, NAN N. Chadborn 

RADFORD,. FRANCES C. Greenville 
RAMSEUR, FRANKLIN F. 

Quantico, Va. 
RATCLIFF, JOHN L., Ill Pantego 
REAVIS, MYRA J. Warrenton 



REDDING, CELINE B. 

Annandale, Va. 
REDFERN, CARRLEETA Albemarle 
REID, TIMOTHY W. Rockingham 
REIFSNYDER, JANE E. 

Alexandria, Va. 
REIKOSKY, DORIS J. Levittown Pa. 
RHEW, WALTER E. Burlington 



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Fleetwood, Pa. 
RHODES, WALTER C. Umston 

RICE, FRANK L., JR. Sunbury 

RICHARDSON, CECELIA C. 

Charlotte 
RICHARDSON, MARY J. Statesville 
RICHARDSON, RUBY J. Maydan 



RIDEOUT, EDITH D. Mebane 

RILEY, MARSHIA M. Rocky Mount 
RIMMER, FRANCES L. Hurdle Mills 
RIPPARD, JOSEPH D. 

Clearwater, Fla. 
RIVENBARK, WILTON B., JR. 

Wallace 
ROBBINS, EVERETTE P. Lenoir 







ROBERTS, BERKLEY C, JR. Raleigh 
ROBERTS, HERMAN C. Lansing 







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ROBERTS, KAY H. Durham 

ROBERTSON, BEVERLY M. 

Sanford 
ROBERTSON, JOAN L. 

Winston-Salem 
ROBESON LAURIE R. White Oak 
ROGERS, CRAIG A. Alex, Va. 

ROGERS, PHYLLIS K. Sanford 



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ROSE, JERRY G. 
ROSIER. DOUGLAS B. 
ROSS, SUSAN D. 
ROSSER, MARY C. 
ROUSE. FRANCES M. 



Warrenton 
Princeton 
Greensboro 
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Wallace 




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ROWLAND, MARY E. 

Falls Church, Va. 
ROWE, CYNTHIA L. Mount Olive 
ROWELL, CECELIA ]. Charlotte 

RUBLEIN, WALTER J. Holly Ridge 
RUDISILL, MICHAEL D, Rockwell 
RUFFIN, EARLE S. Ahoskie 



RUSH, REBECCA J. Sanford 

RUSS, STL'ART H., JR. Norfolk, Va. 
RYNEARSON, ROBERT, JR. 

Arlington. Va. 
RYAN, MICHAEL P. Strasburg, Va. 
SAFRIT, RICHARD W. Salisburg 
SAMUELS, BARBARA M. 

Paramus, N.J. 



SANDERS, ALICE O. 
SANDERSON, GARY D. 
SASSER, NANCY W. 
SATTERFIELD BENTON E. 
SAUERBIER, ROSEMARY T. 


Morehead City 

Seven Springs 

New Bern 

Goldsboro 

Chesapeake, Va. 


SAUNDERS, JANE D. 
SAUNDERS MARY R. 
SAVAGE, LINDA P. 
SAWYER, EDGAR T., JR. 
SAW^'ER, LESLIE P. 


New London 

Burgaw 

La Grange 

Bath 

Virginia Beach, Va. 


SAWYER, THOMAS E. 
SCHIAVONE. JOSEPH A. 
SCHLICK, ROBERT A. 
SCHRUM PAUL M., JR. 
SCOTT, DONALD G. 


Bath 

Arlington, Va. 

Gloucester 

Manareas, Va. 

Winston-Salem 


SCOTT, JAMES R. 
SEARS, JUNE F. 
SELF, CAROL A. 
SELF, WILLIAM D. 
SELSOR, BARBARA J. 


Hobgood 

Raleigh 

Burlington 

Durham 

Goldsboro 


SENTELL, KATHERINE A. 
SEWARD, STEVEN C. 
SHARPE, LINDA F. 
SHEARIN, EARL C. JR. 
SHEARIN, LUCIUS A. 


Hendersonville 

Roosevelt, N.Y. 

Washington, D.C. 

RockT Mount 

Roanoke Rapids 


SHEFFER, CAREL A. 
SHELTON, FREDRICK B. 
SHIPP, VIRGINIA H. 
SIEGFRIED, RONALD R. 
SIMMONS, ALMERIA M. 


Carlisle, Pa. 

Newport News, Va. 

Clinton 

Kutztown, Pa. 

Elon College 





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Christenbury Gridders Honored at Homecoming. 



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SIMMONS, BETTY A. 
SIMMONS. DONALD K. 
SIMPSON, WILBUR G., JR. 
SIMS, BEVERLY E. 
SKILLS. MARVIN D. 



SKINNER, AMANTJA J. 
SLEZAK, THEODORE S. 
SLOAN MARY V. 
SMITH, ALBERT G., JR. 
SMITH. ALLEN V. 



Greenville 

Goldsboro 

Morehead City 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Plymouth 



Kinston 

Glen Rock, N.J. 

Calypso 

Rocky Mount 

Vanceboro 




SMITH, 

SMITH, 
SMITH, 
SMITH, 
SMITH. 


BRENDA L, 
CHARLES L. 
DIXIE L. 
ELLEN L. 
EMILY B. 


Raleigh 

Durham 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Greenville 


SMITH. 
SMITH, 
SMITH. 
SMITH, 
SMITH, 


GAIL C. 
GENE S. 
GERALD G. 
JACK B. 
JAMES L. 


Rocky Mount 

Vanceboro 

Haw River 

Wilson 

Mocksville 


SiMlTH, 
SMITH, 
SMITH 
SMITH, 
SMITH, 


LANNIS E. 

LYNN D. 
MARY F. 

MIRIAM E. 
ROBERT G,, JR. 


Kenly 

Burlington 

Raleigh 

Mount Holly 

Dunn 



SMITH, RUSSEL P., JR. 
SMITH, SALLY A. 
SMITH SANDRA L. 
SNITEMAN, STEPHEN B. 
SOUTH, ARLENE S. 



SPEIGHT, JOHN L. 
SPEIR. RAWLEY G. 
SPELL. CAROLYN R. 
SPRUILL, HAYWOOD JR. 
STAFFORD, SARAH C. 



Salemburg 
Stounton, Va. 



Greenville 

Morganton 

Fayetteville 

Elizabeth City 

Charlotte 






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STANCIL, JAMES G. 
STANLEY, PHYLLIS K. 
STANTON. lANICE R. 
STAPLES. DENNIS S. 
STAY, JOHN N. 


Wilson 

Clarendon 

Winfali 

Laurinburg 

Philadelphia Pa. 


STEADMAN, JUDITH C. 
STEED, WILLIAM P. 
STEELE, RITCHIE D. 
STEPHENS DONNA L. 
STEPHENSON. JANE P 


Williamston 

Robbins 

Waxhaw 

Ayden 

Newport News, Va. 


STEV.'ART, DONALD A. 
STEWART, THOxMAS A, 
STOKES, ALFRED C. 
STOKES ELLA G. 
STONE, SUSAN A. 


Sanford 

Greensboro 

Greenville 

Stokes 

Durham 



304 




STOTT, THOMAS C. 
STUCKEY, RUFUS D., JR. 
SUGGS, JUDITH A. 
SULLIVAN, LINDA F. 
STRINGER CHARLES M. 



SUMNER, BRENDA W 
SURLES, HUGH S. 
SURRATT, JANET L. 
SUTTON, HUBERT P., 
SUTTON, JUDITH A. 



SWINDELL, MARY A. 
SWINDELL THELMA K. 
SWINSON, ALLEN S. 
SWINSON, BARBARA J. 
SYKES, PATRICIA A. 



TAFT DONALD M., Ill 
TALLMAN, EDWARD B. JR. 
TARLETON, FRANCES G. 
TAYLOR, JAMES H., Ill 
TAYLOR, JANE E. 



Norfolk, Va. 

Bishopville, S.C. 

Lumberton 

Selma 

New Bern 



Conway 

Rocky Mount 

Burlington 

Greenville 

Burlington 



Cary 

Leaksville 

Dudley 

Rocky Mount 

Portsmouth Va. 



Cherry Point 
Jacksonville 
Wadesboro 
Jacksonville 

Robersonville 



What's wrong. Buddy? Even cops enjoy having a new Honda 



SOPHOMORES 



lYLOR, KENNETH B. Goldsboro 
lYLOR, LUCY B. Washington 

:ACHEY, LINDA F. Rose Hill 

:AGUE, LARRY T. Burlington 

ER, ROBERT D. Durham 

:ER, SUSAN T. Durham 



;ER, WILLIAM S. Durham 

■MPLE, LANDON S. Jarrett Va. 
iMPLES, RODGER D. Walkerton 
iRPENNING, MARSHA J. 

Greenville 
iRRETT, WILLIAM I. JR. Ahoskie 
■TTERTON, AUGUSTA R. 

Washington N.C. 



'.U, MARY M. Arlington, Va. 

BW, STANLEY M. Fayetteville 

^OMAS, ASONIA Henderson 

AOUAS, HARRIETT K. Dunn 

^OMAS, NANCY C. Farmville 

HOMASON DONNA D. 

New Brunswick, N,J. 





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THOMPSON, BENJAMIN E. 
THORNTON, VIOLET R. 
TILLETT, ROBERT C. 
TIMBERLAKE, OTIS E. 
TINGEN, MARY A. 


Wilson 

Mount Olive 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

BarhamsviUe, Va. 

Greenville 


TINSLEY, LORA S. 
TOOMEY, TIMOTHY C. 
TOSTO, EDWIN E., JR. 
TOTTEN, BANKS T. JR. 
TOWNSEND. HENRY K. 


Havelock 

Charlotte 

Jacksonville 

High Point 

Arlington, Va. 


TROUTMAN, ROBERT L. 
TRUITT ROBERT E. 
TUCKER, SARA M. 
TUNNELL, VIRGINIA R. 
TURNER, HUBERT M., JR. 


Mount Olive 

New Bern 

Grimesland 

Elizabeth City 

Mebane 


TWITTY, TOMMY E. 
UNDERWOOD MARTHA R. 
UPTON BILL L., JR. 
UTSEY, TINA D. 
VANBUREN, PATRICIA 


Warrenton 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Rockingham 

Wilmington 

Roanoke, Va. 



Who put the grease on that football? 



VAUGHN, VICKI C. 
v'EASEY, SAMUEL M. 
V'ENTERS ROLAND V. 
VINCENT, CHARLES A. 
V'lVERETTE, JAMES S. 



WADE, JOHN R. 
WADE. REBECCA S. 
WALD. EARL A. 
WALKER, CHERYL D. 
WALKER, EDWARD R. 



WALKER PATSY I. 
«'ALKER, SANDRA Y. 
WALL, CARL B. 
WALL, FRANCES M. 
WALLACE, LESLIE E. 







Carthage 

Wildwood 

Greensboro 

Norfolk, Va. 

Lynchburg, Va. 



Whitakers 

Macon 

Raleigh 

Whiteville 

Washington 



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WARD, MICHAEL V. 
WARREN, JAMES M. 
WATERS BETTY L. 
WATKINS, GARY D, 
WATSON, JULIA G. 


Urbanna, Va. 

Oxford 

Pinetown 

Durham 

Rowland 


WEBER, JOHN C. 
WEEKS, SANDRA L. 
WEEKS, STEPHEN V. 
WEIDMAN, RONALD J. 
WELCH GLORIA D. 


Pennsauken, N.J. 

Tarboro 

Asheboro 

Gadsden, Ala. 

Fuquay-Varina 


WELLS, GERRY A. 
WELLS, JEFFREY S. 
WELTY, LESTER F. 
WEST, JENNIFER J. 
WEST, PATRICIA A. 


Nashville 

McLean, Va. 

Charlotte 

Kinston 

Burlington 



SOPHOMORES 



ESTBROOK, OLIVER 


M. 


Mebane 


ETHERINGTON, BARBARA 


Chesapeake, Va. 


HALEY TIMOTHY J. 




Beulaville 


HEELER, ANNE C. 




Wilson 


HEELER, JAMES C. 




Wilson 


HITE, GAIL E. 




South Mills 


HITE, GERALD P. 




Stovall 


HITE, GLORIA R. 




Belmont 


HITE. LINDA R. 




Cove City- 


HITE, LUNA R. 




Burlington 








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WHITE, WILLIE O. TR. 
WHITEHURST, BETTY R. 
WHITEHURST, MARSHA G. 
WHITEMAN, ANNIE L. 
WHITESELL, PRISCILLA 


New Bern 

Oxford 

Goldsboro 

Edenton 

Whitsett 


WHITFIELD, BARBARA J. 
WILKINSON, MARGOT A. 
WILLIAMS, DAVID E. 
WILLIAMS, EMMA G. 
WILLIAMS, JANICE R. 


Greenville 

Durham 

Merritt 

Hamilton 

Greenville 


WILLIAMS, MACKIE A. 
WILLIAMS, WEBSTER W. 
WILLIAMSON, FLOYD F. 
WILLIAMSON, GERALD F. 
WILLIAMSON, MARY L. 


Apex 
Portsmouth, Va. 

Arlington, Va. 
Clinton 








WILLIAMSON, STEPHEN 
WILLIS, EVERETT G. 
WILLIS, JULIA A. 
WILLIS, THOMAS E. 
WILSON, BILLIE G. 



WILSON, CAROL J. 
WILSON, EARL C. 
WILSON, FLORENCE C. 
WILSON, KERRY L. 
WILSON. LINDA G. 



Graham 

Davis 

New Bern 

Elizabeth City 

Rowland 



Trafford, Pa. 

Wake Forest 

Mount Olive 

Johnstown, Pa. 

Havre de Grace, Md. 



School Stages Church Music Workshop. 



WILSON, LUTHER L. Rockingham 
WINDHAM, CHARLOTTE L. 

Burlington 
WINDHAM, MARCIA L. Gastonia 
WINDLEY, JOSEPH A., JR. Pantego 
WINDLEY, LOUISA A. Williamston 
WINDOM, SONDRA L. FarmviUe 



Pantego 

Bunn 

Raleigh 



WINFIELD, GEORGIA A 
WINSTEAD, JANICE C 
WITTER LINDA M. F 

WOJAHN, GLENDA C. 

Willi; 
WOMBLE, ANDREW G. 
WOODARD. RACHEL A. Wh 



WOOLARD, PHILLIP T. Chocowinity 
WOOTEN, TIMOTHY M. 

Macclesfield 
WORTHINGTON, CHARLOTT 

Greenville 
WRENN, KATHRYN V. Greensboro 
WRENN, MARY I. Franklinton 

WRIGHT, McKINLEY F., JR. 

Newport News, Va. 



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SOPHOMORES 




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WHNNE, HARRIETT C. 
WHNNE, JAMES C 
YEZIERSKI, JL'LIE 
YOPP, SARAH A. 
YOUNG JOYCE H. 



YOUNG, KATHERINE K 
YOUNG. VIRGINIA L, 
YOUNT. MICHAEL D. 
^'OW, ROBERT N. 
ZICKLER, SANDRA C. 



Williamston 

Greenville 

Camp Lejeunc 

Charlotte 

High Point 



Angiei 

Charlotte 

Hickory 

Sanford 

Chapel Hill 




FRESHMEN 



Ross Barber, President; Karen Black, Secretary; Sandy Wentzel, Treasurer; Charles Howard, Vice- 
President. 



Class Officers 



The Freshman finds, to his distaste. 
That he is oddly out of place. 
The first few weeks of college life 
Are filled with worry, fear, and strife. 

He soon discovers that it's a must 
To fall in line and to adjust. 
Each Freshman, however, soon discovers 
That he's no different from the others. 

He soon begins to make new friends. 
Trying his best none to offend. 
He finds functions, from the start, 
Some in which he'll take a part. 

And so one views the college f rosh, 
With far-fetched dreams soon to quash. 
He sees a varied combination 
Of confidence and expectation. 



Senators 




Becky Bagley, Margri Aendricks, and Martin Lassiter. 



309 



ADAMS, JOSEPHINE Four Oaks 
ADAMS, DOUGLAS L. 

Sprin!;field, Va. 

ADAMS, EDNA Y. Greenville 

ADAMS, GALE E. Bath 

ADAMS, LINDA J. Greenville 

ADAMS, MARY E. Oxford 



ADCOCK, ALPHA W., JR. LiUington 
ADKINS, LARRY M. Lakesville 

ALDRIDGE, PATRICIA A. 

Greenville 
ALEXANDER, NORMAN F. Newton 
ALFORD, CHARLES J. Durham 

ALLEN, BETSY A. Farmville 



ALLEN, JANICE M. 
ALLEN, KAY M. 
ALLEN, MARGARET M. 
ALLEN, MILDRED V. 
ALLIGOOD, CAROL D. 
ALLIGOOD, WILLIAM R. 



Four Oaks 

Farmville 

Maxton 

Hildebran 

Swansboro 

Washington 



ALLRED, CHARLES S. Asheboro 

ALLRED, SUSAN C, High Point 

ALPHIN, EVA M. Mount Olive 

ALPHIN, CAROL W. Kinston 

ALSPAUGH, CYNTHIA U. 

Greensboro 
AMBRY, KAREN M. Danville, N.J. 



ANDERSON, ELIZABETH J. Enfield 
ANDERSON, SUSAN Wilmington 

ANDERSON, SUSAN N. Raleigh 

ANGEL, JLIDITH M. Summerfield 
ANDREWS, IDA C. Hampton, Va. 
ARMSTRONG, BETTY S. 

Rocky Mount 



ARMSTRONG, MARY C. New Bern 
ARNETTE, DIANNE L. 

Alexandria, Va. 
ASHLEY, GAYLA L. Fairmont 

ASKEW, BRENDA R, Kinston 

ASKEW, RONALD L. 

Prince George, Va. 
ATACK, KATHLEEN A. 

Richmojid, Va. 




Baby Sues Have One 

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310 



The intricate network of cement -walkways 
on the campus quadrangle symbolizes the 
various walks of life open to an individ- 
ual. The unidentified student typifies the 
contemporary young adult faced with the 
decision of which road to take. 



of Best Football Seasons. 




ATKINSON, KATHERINE J. 

Clarkton 
AUSTIN, GWENDOLYN I. 

Winston-Salem 
AUSTIN, WILLIAM H., JR. 

■ Hatteras 
AUTREY, MAE C. 

San Francisco, Cal. 
AVENT, BEVERLY J. Whitakers 
AYERS, RONALD A. Durham 



AYSCUE, KAYE W. Smithfield 
BAGLEY, REBECCA L. Durham 
BAILEY, SHARON R. 

Norfolk, Va. 
BAKER, BETTY L. Rocky Mount 
BAKER, LONNIE G. Kinston 
BAKER, PAMELA D. Apex 



FRESHMEN 



BARBOUR, DIANE H. Benson 
BARNES, DONNA M. Sunbury 
BARNES, ELIZABETH A. 

Bladenboro 
BARNES, JUDITH A. Wilson 
BARNES, LINDA P. Aulander 
BARNES, PAULETTE M. 

Roanoke Rapids 

BARNES, ROBERT I. 

Washington, D.C. 
BARNHILL, ROY L. Burgaw 

BARNHILL, ZULA C. 

Robersonville 
BARRETT, BRENDA C. 

Alexandria, Va. 
BARRINGTON, THOMAS L. 

Grimesland 
BARROW, MILLARD W., JR. 

Vanceboro 

BARROW, REBECCA A. 

Snow Hill 
BARRY, PATRICIA E. 

Alexandria, Va. 
BARTOS, JOSEPH M. 

Alexandria, Va. 
BARWICK, LYNN P. 

Seven Springs 
BASINGER, JUDITH A. 

Kannapolis 
BASS, DAVID A. Seaboard 



riAKER, SHERRY L. Tyner 

BALKCUM, JUDY C. Garland 
BARBEE, JUANITA B. Charlotte 



BARBER, BETTIE L. 

Portsmouth, Va. 
BARBER, ROSS C, JR. 

Birmingham, Mich. 
BARBOUR, BEVERLY F. Benson 





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BASS, RACHEL J. Hertford 

BASSFORD, ANNA M. 

Alexandria, Va. 
BATEMAN, JUDY D. Jacksonville 
BATEMAN, KATHRYN L. Greensboro 
BATES, FREDERICK S. 

Winter Haven, Fla. 
BATTEN, CAMELLIA G. Kenly 



President Jenkins Hosts Annual Tea 



■ille, MJ. 

Concord 

Sanford 

Bailey 



BATTISTO, MARY N. 

Hyat 
BAUCOM, PATRICIA L. 
BEAL, MARTHA S. 
BEARD, LILLIAN R. 
BEASLEY, JEANIE L. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
BEAUCHAMP, MICHAEL W. 

Lewisville 



BEAVER, DIANA J. Morehead City 
BECK, SANDRA J. Creedmoor 

BELL, ADOLPHUS A. Vaughan 

BELL, DORIS A. Pilot Mountain 

BELL, GLENDA S. Mount Olive 

BELL, PEGGY F. Newport News, Va. 









FRESHMEN 





BELL, SARAH L. Hellsbow 

BENNETT, PATRICIA S. 

Camp Lejeune 
BENSON, SUSAN M. Greenville 

BENSON, WILLIAM A., Ill 

Warrenton 
BENTON, BENJAMIN P. South Mills 
BENTON, STEPHEN B. 

Annandale, Va. 



BERGH, VERNA L. Madison, N.J. 
BERMAN, JEFFREY M. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
BERRY, CAROLYN P. Clarkton 

BEST, ANNA D. Mount Olive 

BETTES, LINDA A. Annandale, Va. 
BIGGS, BAILEY E. Weldon 



BILBRO, JAMES B. Greensboro 

BINGHAM, ANNA E. Conover 

BISHOP, JULIUS L., JR. Greenville 
BISSETTE. BARBARA A. Sims 

BISSETTE, CHARLES, JR. Greenville 
BLACK, KARREN B. Midland 



312 



ACKLEY, ANNE L. 
ACKLEY, BETTY A. 
ACKAIAN, THOMAS G. 
ACKWELL, THOMAS H. 
ANCHARD, ALBERT, JR. 



Franklinton 

Wake Forest 

Fremont 

Reidsville 

Falls Church, Va. 




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• ■ BLAND, MARTHA O. Greenville 

" - BLANFORD, CLAUDIA M. New Bern 

k ^ - . BLICK, BARRY A. Raleigh 

w^ ^^^ .^^ %_ BLOXHAM, RONNIE A. Fort Lee, Va. 

M ^ J^k «% - ,^ ^^^JU ^ ^^ BLYTHE, CHERYL A. Roanoke Rapids 

'^^^-Tr mi - r M^ W \ ' 9* BOAZ, DOLORES Fairmont 

:; r ^ - ■ / ^ >:. ^ - W BOAZE, ANNE L. Asheboro 

^ ^ ^ Jk BOBBITT, NANCY B. Henderson 

^^- W fcT^?''^ Wf- *^^R BODENHEIMER, MARTHA A. Norfolk, Va. 

W .^ W ^ mi W jHl BOLEJACK, KAREN W. Rural Hall 

■.^ W \' • R^ A- IH BOLIEK, SHELOR W. Hickory 

^p^ m. 1**' *^^ P^ BOLING, TONI R. Myrtle Beach, S.C. 

f . I m^^^k ^^^^B W^ ._J| wL. J BOHMULLER, FREDERICK 

^ • f W'^' ^m It^ '^fc ^''^t*^ ^*^ " BONNEVIE, ROSEMARY 

a W ^ V .~C - BOOTON, MARY L. 

\ - ■ ^ ^ C - ^ - BOSSERT, JACOB W. 

_ ^ I ^ ht^ ^ ^ff^^ '&0%'X, LEE R., Ill 

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B: 1^ J JPS BOST, SHEILA W. 

W^ "^ W S* ■*■ IW BOSTIC, SANDRA M. 

\ W % ^ ^ BOUDROW, ELEANOR M. 

4. ■ » ■I BOWDEN, BEVERLY J. 

^ _^ ^^ ^^ A. .^^ w^ BOWDEN, BONITA D. 

Wt, ^mk I ■E^H^ ^E^&i W ^^ BOWEN, JOSEPHINE M. 

VL)^ »-l I ^-^ ™ W-^^ - ■ Wy*^ ' " BOWEN, LINDSAY W. 

m i 1-v- >*-y m«« - BOWLES, LINDA J. 

^^ — ~ k'" " ' W' • F . - BOWLING, LINDA L. 

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■p^B ri ^^w ^1 1 \ *' .■ BOYD- ^'^^^ ^ 

W^ af J^ -^ '^ MU ^ «MR- «| 5^ - ' BOYD, CHARLES E. 

■ ^ W S - B Jl ^ I -• BOYD, GLORIA I. 

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Newport 

Charlotte 

Somerville 

Goldsboro 

Winston-Salem 



Salisbury 

Ahoskie 

Jacksonville 

High Point 

Butner 



Washington 

Bath 

Newport News, Va. 

Arlington, Va. 

Hickory 



Washington 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Goldsboro 

PineviUe 



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BOYD, KENNETH R. 

Quantico, Va. 
BOYD, ROBERT H. Pinetown 
BOYETTE, EDDY L. Lucama 
BOYETTE, JANET R. Zebulon 
BRADLEY, NANCY E. 

Mount Airy 
BRANCH. MARY E. 

Elizabeth City 

BRANDON, DENNECIA L. 

Winston-Salem 
BRAY, CHARLES E., Ill 

Oriental 
BREAREY, JONATHAN L. 

Newport 
BREEDLOVE, IRVIN P., JR. 

Durham 
BREMSON, THOMAS E. Raleigh 
BREWER, ANNIE L. Tarboro 

BRICKHOUSE. LORETTA M. 

Harbinger 
BRIDGES. DAVID A. 

Cherry Point 
BRINKLEY, ANNE C. Henderson 
BRINSON, JAMES W. 

Fayetteville 
BRITE. FRANCES L. 

Elizabeth City 
BRITT. SANDRA L. Fayetteville 

BRITT, MARY S. Clinton 

BRITTON, ARTHUR E., Ill 

Alexandria, Va. 
BROCK. EDITH M. Raeford 

BROCK. ELMER C , JR. 

Mount Olive 
BROCK. RONALD O. Goldsboro 
BROOKS, KATHERINE M. 

Garner 



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BROTTON, WILLIAM D. 




Scotland Neck 


BROWN, DANNY L. 


Teachey 


BROWN. DOROTHY 


I. Greenville 


BROWN. JESSIE D. 


New Bern 


BROWN. JUSTIN L. 


Hillsboro 


BROWN. ELAINE P. 


Greenville 


BROWN. OMETA A. 


Seagrove 


BROWN. PATRICIA A. 






Annandale, Va. 


BROWN. ROBERT D. 


Sophia 


BRUCE. JANNET G. 


Augusta, Ga. 


BRYAN. RICHARD L. 


Burlington 


BRYANT. RAXANNA 


Rocky Mount 



314 



BUCKNAM, MARTHA C. 

Rocky Mount 
BULLA, LINDA R. Graham 

BULLARD, JOHN I. Arlington, Va. 
BULLARD, MARY A. Hope Mills 
BULLOCK, BRENDA L. 

Richmond, Va. 
BULLOCK, LILA F. Rowland 



BULLOCK, MARTHA E. Sanford 
BUMGARNER, RONNIE E. 

North Wilkesboro 

BUNCH, HENRY A. Edenton 

BUNCH, JOHN N., JR. Edenton 

BUNTING. ANNIE L. Greenville 

BUNTON, MARGARET A. Graham 



BURGDOFER, JERRY E. 

Alexandria, Va. 
BURGESS, WAYNE T. Greensboro 
BURKE, DIANA G. 
BURNETT, MYRLE J. 
BYERLY, RONALD B. 
BYNUM. JOANNE M 






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Burlington 

Raeford 

Charlotte 

Greenville 



BYRUM, WILLIE C. Corapeake 

CAIN, RONALD N. Altamahaw 

CAKE, MARCUS P. Norfolk, Va. 

CALDWELL, MARY P. Ash 

CALHOUN, JUDY A. MooresviUe 
CALLMAN, DIANE P. 

Alexandria, Va. 



CALLOWAY, MARTHA E. 

Asheboro 
CAMERON, CELIA A. Broadway 

CAMERON, GILBERT A. 

Greensboro 
CAMERON, MARY L. 

Roanoke Rapids 
CAMPBELL, BEVERLY J. Maiden 
CAMPBELL, EARNEST F. 

Chattaroy, W. Va. 



CAMPBELL. HOWARD E. 

Greensboro 
CANNON, HENRIETTA R. 

Richmond, Va. 
CANUP, DAVID L. Salisbury 

CARD, ADELE R. New Bern 

CARLSON, KAREN L. Norfolk, Va. 
CARLTON, EDWARD V. Littleton 



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One of the first courses a Freshman 
must take at East Carolina is Line 
Standing 102. 



FRESHMEN 




CARNEY, BASIL W., JR. 

Williamsburg, Va. 
CARPENTER, MICHAEL R. 

Greenville 
CARR, TONI A. Dudley 

CARRAWAY, DORA J. 

Snow Hill 
CARROLL, GLORIA J. Dublin 
CARROLL, MARGARET A. 

Arlington, Va. 



CARSON, JOHN F., JR. 

Greenville 
CARTER, BEVERLY J. 

Midway Park 
CARTER, DAVID E. Greenville 
CARTER, PATRICIA A. 

Shallotte 
CARTER, WILLIAM C. Norlina 
CARTWRIGHT, MARTHA E. 

Elizabeth City 



FRESHMEN 



CASTELL, WILLIAM J., JR. 

Alexandria, Va. 
CAULBERG, SANDRA W. Princeton 
CAVENAUGH, LINDA R. 

Chinquapin 



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CHALK, WILLIAM K. Raleigh 

CHAMBERS, DIANA L. 

Camp Lejeune 
CHAMBERS, HAROLD S. 

Elizabeth City 



CHAMBLEE, JANE E. Wendell 
CHANDLER, LYNN B. 

Wallace 
CHAPPELL, ANGELA K. 

Sunbury 
CHAPPELL, BERTIE S. 

Reidsville 
CHARLES, PAMELA L. 

Fort Bragg 
CHARRON, RAYMOND B. 

Laurel Bay, S.C 
CHENWORTH, KATHRYN A. 
Wilmington 
CHERRY, DONNA L. 

Washington 
CHERRY, GERALD L. 

Washington 
CHESHIRE, NANCY L. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
CHILDERS, ROBERT L., JR. 

Rockingham 
CHITTY, THOMAS G. Ahoskie 

CHRISTENSEN, JUDITH A. 

High Point 
CIGNOTTI, FRANCIS M. 

Cherry Point 
CLAIBORNE, MARSHA A. 

Greensboro 
CLAMP, JULIE C. Salisbury 
CLARK, BURKE F. 

Richmond, Va. 
CLARK, DONNA B. 

Elizabeth City 
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FRESHMEN 



CLARK, GEORGE E., 


JR. Warsaw 


CLARK, PHYLLIS G. 


Greenville 


CLARK, VIRGINIA A. 


Charlotte 


CLAYTON, LEAfUEL B., JR. Angier 


CLEMENT, NANCY J. 




Mo 


unt Holly, N.J. 


COATS, SAUNDRA L. 


Dunn 


COBLE, JULIA L. 


FayetteviUe 


COCHRAN, JOAN D. 


Robersonville 


COCHRANE, ROBERT D. Garner 


COFFIELD, BRENDA A. Oak City 


COGGINS, BECKI 


Raleigh 


COGHILL, JOANNE R 


Henderson 


COLE, GLORIA A. 


Rich Square 


COLE, KAREN E. 


Salisbury 


COLE, PATRICIA V. 


ReWsville 


COLE, REBECCA A. 


Jacksonville 


COLEMAN, ALICE 


Mount Holly 


COLEY, JAMES P. 




Newport News, Va. 


COLLIE, JENNY D. 


Nashville 


COLIE, RUTH C. 


La Grange 


COLLIER, BECKY J. 


Ahoskie 


COLLINS, JUANITA I 


Tarboro 


COLLINS, RICKY J, 


High Point 


COMBS, BILLIE G. 


Winston-Salem 


COMER, LOIS M. 


Biscoe 


COMFORT, DAVID M. 




Moorestown, N.J. 


CONAWAY, RICHARD E. 




Arlington, Va. 


CONNELL, DANIEL R 


Raleigh 


CONRAD, DAVID P. 


Greensboro 


CONWAY, JOHN W. 


New Bern 


COOK, PEGGY J. 


Wilson 


COOKE, ELIZABETH 


W. Nashville 


COOPER, CYNTHIA J. 


Wilson 


COOTES, CAROLYN C. 


Strasburg, Va. 


COPELAND, RANDOLPH H. 




Edenton 


COPELAND, SUE E. 


Jacksonville 






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at Ficklen Stadium. 



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CORAM, MARY L. 
CORDELL, ALBERT O. 



GOTTEN, JOSEPH W. 



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FRESHMEN 




GOTTEN, VISTA K. Chesapeake, Va, 
COTTON, AILEEN K. Jacksonville 



COWARD, JULIA W. 
COX, CAROL L. 
COX, DELLA A. 
COX, JANE M. 



COX, IIMMY R 
COX, lUDITH D 
COX. JIARV L 
COX, SUE L. 






Grifton 

Pocomoke, Md. 

Ayden 

New Bern 



Garrett, Ky. 

Mount Airy 

Trenton 

Richlands 



COX, NX'ESLEY D. 
COYLE, MARCIA L. 
CRAIG, LARRY R. 
CRAMER, JUDITH F, 



Cove City 

Charlotte 

iston-Salem 

Greenville 



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CRANFORD, JUDY S. 
CRAWLEY. BARBARA S 
CREECH, JL?DETH A. 
CROMWELL, JOHN G., JR. 
CROSS, SHARON L. 



CROUSE, PEGGY }. 
CRO'W'DER, JANICE G. 
CROWLEY, LINDA L. 
CULBRETH, REESE M., JR. 
CULLIPHER, RUBY F. 



CUMMINGS, ZEB C. 
CURL, RALPH D. 
CURRIE. ROBERT A. 
CURRIN. PERCY T. 
CURTIS, MARY G. 



CUTHRELL, DONNA D. 
CUTHRIELL, WILLIAM T. 
CUTLER, BETT\' K. 
DALTON. ROGER D. 
DALY, NORMA J. 



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DAMtANI, CAROLE Y. Richmond, Va. 
DAMREN, DOUGLAS M. Beaufort 
DANIEL, SHIRLEY M. Roxboro 

DANIELS, MARGARET L. Bayboro 
DANIELS, WILLIAM H. 



DAUGHERTY, MICHEAL P. 



Carthage 



East Carolina College Singers 
Present Christmas Concert. 



DAUGHTRY, ELIZABETH M. 

Roanoke Rapids 
DAUGHTRY, ELLEN E. Smithfield 
DAVENPORT, CHARLES S. 

Paetolus 
DAVIDSON, ANNE M. 

Newport News, Va. 
DAVIS, DIANE W. Morehead City 
DAVIS, EMERY T. Roanoke Rapids 



DAVIS, FRANCES E. Belhaven 

DAVIS, HATTIE F. Fremont 

DAVIS. JEFFREY C. Raleigh 

DAVIS, SANDRA R. Asheboro 

DAVISON, RUTH E. Chesapeake, Va. 
DAY, DAVID W. Morehead 







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DAY, WILLIAM J. Burlington 

DEAL, PHYLLIS M. Tarboro 

DEAN, THOMAS W. Greensboro 

DEANS, THOMAS L. Sims 

DEETZ, JEAN A. Salem, N.J. 

DETONG, ELIZABETH M. Pinetown 



DELLINGER, HENRY S. Statesville 
DELUCA, KATRINKA K. 

River Vale, N.J. 
DEMENT. THOMAS J., JR. 

Henderson 
DENNIS, JOHN H. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
DENNY, MARILYN K. PikeviUe 
DEVIDO, GREGORY J. 

Milltown, N.J. 



DEW, JANET M, Washington, D.C. 
DICKENS, FRANCES A. Swansboro 
DICKENS, NANCY J. Swansboro 

DICKERMAN, KATHLEEN A. 

Wilson 
DIJOSEPH, LYNN M. Alexandria, Va. 
DILL, SAARJEL M. Garner 



DISHER, RICHARD M. 

Winston-Salem 
DIXON, BARBARA L, Conetoe 

DIXON, CALVERT R., JR. 

Greenville 
DIXON, MARY M. Reidsville 

DOGGETT, CAROL A. 

Malverne, N.Y. 
DONALD, MARGUERITE Everetts 



DOSIK, ELLIS R. Arlington, Va. 

DOZIER, AGNES F. Powells Point 

DRAKE, NANCY J. Burlington 

DRAKE, RICHARD E. HendersonviUe 
DRAPER, BRENDA G. Suffolk, Va. 
DRYE, BARBARA L. Oakboro 



DRYDEN. WILLIAM C. 

Pocomoke, Md. 
DUCHESNEY, SUSAN G. Charlotte 
DUDLEY, JUDY L. Swansboro 

DUNBAR, DONNA K. Greenville 
DUNCAN, CAREY A. 

Falls Church, Va. 
DUNCAN, DIANA W. Greensboro 



DURHAM, HILDA G. Siler City 
DURR, GEORGE W., JR. 

Tarawa Terrace 
DUTTON, DOUGLAS M. 

Arlington, Va. 
DUTY, KENNETH E. Kinston 

DYER, GARY K. Greensboro 

EAGER, EDWIN F. Richmond, Va. 



EARNHARDT, PATRICIA D. 

Charlotte 
EASTWOOD. NORMAN E. 

Greenville 
EASTWOOD, WILLIAM D. Fountain 
EBERT, DONNA M. Goldsboro 

ECKARD, DONNA G. Greenville 

EDWARDS. AUDREY P. Williamsfon 



EDWARDS, CHRISTOPHER Ayden 
EDWARDS, REBECCA W. 

Burlington 
ELAAL WILLIAM H. Charlotte 

ELLER. CHARLOTTE L. Greensboro 
ELLIOT, ELTON T. Durham 

ELLIOTT, LINDA C. Carthage 




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James D. Mai lory. 
Dean of men, de- 
livers address to 
rushees at beginning 
formal rush. 



320 




LIOT, ROBERT H. Union Level, Va. 

'JOT, SARAH E. Tyner 

lOT, SHARON L. Raleigh 

IS, MARGARET D. Mount Airy 

MORE, BRENDA D. Nashville 

MORE, WILLIAM E. Kinston 



GLE, MELODY Greenville 

SKINE, THOMAS C. Staunton, Va. 
FEP, PAUL J. Fairfax, Va. 

FES, JOSEPH C, III ReidsviUe 

ANS, CAROLYN R. Durham 

ANS, DANIEL F. Arlington, Va. 



ANS, DONALD E. Greenville 

ANS, LINDA A. Alexandria, Va. 
ANS, NANCY E. Raleigh 

ANS, PATSY G. Clarkton 

ANS, PEGGY J. Bailey 

ERETT, JANE E. Sneads Ferry 



ERETT, WILLIAM R., JR. 

Bethel 
ERETT, MILDRED F. 

Macclesfield 
ERETT, RONALD D. Bethel 

ICK, PAULETTE K. Greensboro 
/AYS, KAMAI P. Greensboro 

ELL, DAVID N. Greenville, S.C. 








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FAIRLY, EUGENIA C. 


Laurenburg 


FALABELLA, MICHAEL 






Merrick, N.Y. 


FANN, SHELIA D. 


Clinton 


FARELL, JUDY E. 


Fayetteville 


FARMER, MARY T. 


Scotland Neck 


FARMER, PAMELA K. 


Burke, Va. 


FERENS, MARTHA E. 


New Bern 


FERGUSON, BARBARA A. Cramerton 


FERGUSON, EVELYN J 






Rocky Mount 


FINCH, PATRICIA A. 


Goldsboro 


FINCHER, BENJAMIN 


E. Charlotte 


FINNEY, LARRY G. 


JonesviUe 



English^ History and Mathematics 



FISHER, BETTY J. 


New Bern 


FITTS. DONALD J. 


Raleigh 


FLEMING, DENNIS B. 


Henderson 


FLETCHER, GREGORY W. 




Arlington, Va. 


FLOWE, REBECCA K. 


Grove 


FLOWERS, PEGGY A. 


Clayton 


FLOYD, JAMES M. 


Raleigh 


FORBES, IDA L. 


Raleigh 


FORBES. GEORGE D., JR. 




Franklin, Va. 


FORBES, MARY M. 


Norfolk, Va. 


FORBES, PATRICIA J. 


Shawboro 


FORDE, MALCOLM F. 


Laurinburg 


FORREST, HAYWOOD E. Kinston 


FORNASH, STEVEN R. 


Richmond, Va. 


FOSTER, JAMES B. 


Advance 


FOSTER, RICHARD W. 


Richmond, Va. 


FOSTER. STEPHEN C. 






Winston-Salem 


FOSTER, SUSAN C. 


Mocksville 


FOUSHEE, SHIRLEY L. 


Durham 


FOUSHEE, SYLVIA G. 


Durham 


FOWLER, ELEANOR T, 




Alexandria, Va. 


FOWLER, GLORY W. 


Mount Airy 


FOWLER, JOHN C. 


StatesviUe 


FOWLER. LARRY A, : 


Elizabeth City 


FOWLER, PAMELA D. 


Durham 


FOWLER, VICKI J. 


Raleigh 


FOX, iMINNIE S. 


Mebane 


FOX, PATRICIA J, 


Raleigh 


FRANKLIN. DARA L. 




Wes 


it Orange, N.J. 


FREEMAN. SHEILA L. 


Castalia 


FRONTIS, SHELLEY E. 


Buxton 


FROHMAN, SHIRLEY 


Waverly, Va. 


FRYE, MICHAEL W. 


Greensboro 


FULGHUM. JANET L. 


Kenly 


FULGHLfM, NANCY G. 


Wilson 


FULTON, NORMA J. 


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combo at the College Union 10th Anniversary 
Birthday-Dance Party. 








FUSSELL, ELLA M. Rose Hill 

GAMBLE, ANNA V. Newton 

CARD, BETTIE W. Elizabeth City 

GARDINER, CHANDLER B. 

Alexandria, Va. 
GARDNER, VIVIAN A^ Cycle 

GARDNER, JERRY W. Selma 



GARDNER, LULA K. Hamlet 

GARRETT, SANDRA F. 

Elizabeth City 
GARRETT, SANDRA J. Bath 

GARRETT, WILLIAM V, 

Rocky Mount 
GERDEMAN, ROBERT B , JR. 

Hillsboro 
GEROCK, SUE E. Newport 



>epartments Move Into New Building. 



FRESHMEN 



ASGOW, JANE C. Rocky Mount 
;ASS, MILTON A. Hopewell, Va. 
.OSSON, HENRY B., Ill 



j.OVER, DONNA I. 
VOVER, JULIA D. 
)DFREY, HORACE D. 



rlington 

Car)' 

Wilson 



iDWIN, ROSE M. Goldsboro 

IE, MARY E. Raleigh 

•EPPER, WILLIAM D. 

Alexandria, Va. 
IFF, SUSAN Southern Pines 

)HEEN, DANED E. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
IINGS, JANIE S. Mount Airy 



i'lNS. FRED T. 
'LDSTON, ANNE 
iLDING, DIANNE 
iLDFARB, MARTIN J. 
lODEN. PATRICIA A. 

lODMAN. NANCY B 



Mount Airy 

Goldston 

Toast 

Greensboro 

FayetteMlle 



GILBERT, MARK R. Portsmouth, Va. 
GILES, LINDA G. Newport News, Va. 
GILES, WOODSON D. Raleigh 



GILLIKIN, ANN E. 
GILLETTE, CHARLES G 




GIRVIN, ETHEL C. 






323 







GOODMAN, SYLVIA L. Polkton 

GOODRICH. GLADYS A. Hassell 
GOODWIN, JUDITH G. 

Morehead City 
GORDON, MICHAEL D. Greenville 
GOTTSCHALK, VIRGINIA 

Jacksonville 
GOYEN, GENEVA L. 

Jacksonville, Fla, 



GRADY, LAMURIEL Mount Olive 
GRANDOLFL PAMELA A 

Lexington 
GRAVATT, WILLIAM N. 

Burkeville, Va. 
GRAVES, EDWARD C. Greensboro 
GRAY, JO A. Burner 

GREEN, NELL H. Raleigh 




GURGANUS, SANDRA Plymouth 

GUTHRIE, DONNA J. 

Morehead City 
GWALTNEY, BETTY J. New Bern 
HADLEY, STEPHEN R. 

Wilmington, Del 
HAGWOOD, RICKY G. Elkin 

HAHN, ANNA L. Charlotte 



HALES, MARY A. Fremont 

HALL, DEBORAH G. Arlington, Va. 
HALL, MICHAL C Arlington, Va. 
HALL, NANCY T. Durham 

HALL, ROBERT H. Angier 

HALL, ROY B. Gatesville 



HALL, THELMA E. Hickory 

HALLIBURTON, JEAN L. 

Arlington, Va. 
HAMBRIC, DIANNE Portsmouth, Va. 
HAMPTON, MARY A. McLean, Va. 
HANDLON, JAMES W. Greensboro 
MANNER, DAVID C. Charlotte 



FRESHMEN 



GREENE, JULIAN E. Rocky Mount 
GREINER, SUZANNE L. Greenville 
GRIFFIN, CARLA L. Chesapeake, Va. 



GRIMES, KATHY Q. 
GROTHE, ROLLAND E 
GUPTON, MILTON C. 



Cooleemee 
Greensboro 
Henderson 




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HANSHAW, EDWARD P. 

Painted Post, N.Y. 
HANSON, CAROLE C. 

Langley, A.F.B., Va. 
HARDISON, VIVIAN J. Arapahoe 
HARDY, DONNA B. Lewiston 

HARDY, HERMAN A. Kinston 

HARGETT, CECIL S.. JR. Richlands 



HARMON, GERALD K. 

HARPER, SUSAN C 
HARRELL. BENNETT U 
HARRIS, BARBARA E. 
HARRIS, GRAHAM V. 
HARRIS, HENRY S. 



Bessemer City 

Tarboro 

Goldsboro 

Charlotte 

Greenville 



HARRIS, JOHN F. Burlington 

HARRIS, MARTHA T. Ayden 

HARRIS, ROBERT J. Washington 

HARRISON, JANE L. Rocky Mount 
HARRISON, NANCY C. 

PainesviUe, Ohio 
HARRISS, lUDY C Southern Pines 



HART, KAY Snow Hill 

HARTNETT, ALBERT M. 

Arlington, Va. 
HARVEY, CHARLES J. Kinston 

HAVARD, BURLEY U. Scotland Neck 
HAWLEY, JESSE J. Lucama 

HAYES, CHARLES A. Norlina 



HA^X'THORNE, THOMAS, JR 

Charlotte 
HAYES, KAY Newport News, Va. 

HAYNES, ROBERT P., JR. Raleigh 
HAYS, ARTHUR K. Raleigh 

HEARN, ALVA B. Alexandria, Va. 
HEDGEPETH, DETRA S. Eure 



HEEDEN, CAROL A. Wilson 

HELMS, MILDRED E. Statesville 

HENDLEY, JERRY B. Cheraw, S.C. 
HENDLEY, WALTER R. Albemarle 
HENDRICKS, MARJORY J. 

Rehoboth Beach, Del. 
HENZY, ROBERT C. Atco, N.J. 




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HOWES. FAITH E. Seir 

HOWIE, MEREDITH A. Charlol 
HOYLE, DAVID C. Henders, 

HOYLE, ROBERT C. Richmond V 
HUCKS, LINDA L. High Poi 

HUNSON, CHARLES T., JR. 



'Pirate Special' . . . Train Goes fo Bowl. 



HUDSON, NELDA A. Grimesland 

HUDSON, STEVE W. Hickory 

HUEY, WILLIAM I. Burlington 

HUFFMAN. EUGENIA L. Raleigh 
HUFFSTETLER, MARTHA F. 

Clemmons 
HUGHES. NETTIE S. Chadbourn 



HUGHES, WILLIAM T. Burlington 
HUMPHRIES, ALAN C. 

Annandale, Va. 
HUMPHREY, MARTHA D. Kinston 
HURST, ROBERT W. Alexandria, Va. 
HUTCHINSON, ROBERT E. Hickor)' 
HUX, MARTHA G. Rocky Mount 










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INGLE, ANGELINE R. Burlingtc 
IRONS, GAY McLean, V 

JACKSON, LINDA A. Elizabeth Ci 
JACKSON, REBECCA A. Greenvil 
JACKSON, THOMAS L. Plymoui 
JACOBS, BETTY E. Elizabeth Ci 



JAFFE, ALLEN Jacksonvil 

JAMES, JANICE A. Burlingtc 

JAMES, NANCY E. Sunbui 

JAMISON, FRANK M. Arlington, V 
JEFFRIES, CHARLENE M. Vienna, V 
JENKINS ROBERT, E. Nashvii: 



JENRETTE, BRENDA C. Tabor Cil 
JERNIGAN, MARYLAND L. 

Goldsbor 
JILCOTT, MARGARET T. Roxobi 
TOHANSON, LOIS J. Ambler. Pent 
lOHNSON. CATHERINE I. Yal 
JOHNSON. ELIZABETH D. 

Spring Lak 



HEPLER, SHIRLEY A 
HERRING, BARBARA S 
HI ATT, ANN R 



FRESHMEN 







Raleigh 
5. La Grange 
Arlington, Va. 


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HIGGINS, RALPH " 


Richmond, Va. 


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HIGHTOWER, SYLVIA A. 
HILL, LINDA M. 
HILL, LINDA M. 
HINSON, ELAINE 



HINTON, DELORES 
HINTON, lACKIE M, 
HINTON, YVONNE J. 
HITCHCOCK, JANICE 1 



HOCUTT, JOANN 
HODGSON, HILDA S. 
HODNETT, GERALD E. 
HOFLER, BERNICE R. 



Prospect Hill 

Wilmington 

Ahoskie 

Charlotte 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Washville 

Kinston 

Charlotte 



Fayetteville 

inston-Salem 

New Bern 

Hobbsville 



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HOLDEN, PAUL H. 
HOLDER, REBECCA M. 
HOLLAND, FRANCES J. 
HOLLAND, STEVEN P. 
HOLLIS, CAROLYN L. 



HOLMES, ANDREW W. 
HOLT, ARTHUR H., JR. 
HOLT, LAWRENCE D. 
HONAKER, WILLIAM F. 
HOOKER, LYNDA L. 



HOOPER, DIANA E. 
HOPKINS, HUGH B. 
HOSKINS, LOUISE C. 
HOUGTON, THOMAS M. 
HOUSE, JOANNE 



HOUSER, HILDA G. 
HOWARD, CHARLES W. 
HOWELL, JESSE S. 
HOWELL, SYLVIA E. 
HOWERTON, BETSY 



Yadkinville 
Garner 
Kinston 
Kinston 
Grifton 



Goldsboro 

Hampton, Va. 

Raleigh 

Goldsboro 

Robbins 



Thomasville 

Plymouth 

Williamston 

nview, N.Y. 

Wilson 



Dallas 

Jacksonville 

Candor 

Fayetteville 

Roxboro 




JOHNSON, FERDINAND B., Ill 

Greenville 
JOHNSON, JANICE R. Dunn 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH W. Burlington 



The new Journeymen entertained the 
student body with a concert in Ficklen 
Stadium. 



JOHNSON, KENNETH C. 
JOHNSON, MARTHA A. 




Beaufort 
Sanford 




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JOHNSON, ROBERT A., JR. 
JOHNSON, SHARON L. 
JOHNSON, WILLIAM A. 
lOHNSTON, JULIE G. 



JONES, ALBERT D., JR. 
JONES, DAVID E. 
JONES, DONALD G 
JONES, EVA C. 



TONES, KENNETH M. 

JONES, LAURIE A, 

lONES, LENA A. 

JONES, LINDA G. 



Victoria, Va. 

Fayetteville 

Winston-Salem 

Nashville 



Oxford 

Fayetteville 

Pantego 

Seven Springs 



Mount Holly 

Jacksonville 

Dunn 

Benson 



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JONES, LINDA L. 
JONES, LYNNE H. 
JONES, LINDSAY E. 
JONES, MARY L. 
JONES, MONA B, 



JONES, SARA J. 
JONES, VIVIAN G. 
JOVNER, DORIS 
JOYNER, DOROTHY J. 
JOYNER, ELLEN G. 



JOYNER, JUDITH A. 
JUDICE, LYNN E. 
KALLMAN, RONALD E. 
KATES, LARRY D. 
KATZBIAS, CLARA 



KATZBURG, PETER C. 
KAVANAGH, ELEANOR 
KAY, BEVERLY A, 
KEATING, CAMILLA E. 
KEEL, RUFUS V. 



Williamston 

Arlington, Va. 

Washington 



Oak City 

Chocowinity 

Mount Olive 

Rocky Mount 

Sunbury 



Farmville 

Alexandria, Va. 

Richmond, Va. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 



Plainview. N.Y. 

Salisbury 

;inia Beach, Va. 

Shelby 

Greenville 




KEENE, JESSIE M. Four Oaks 

KEETER, KERMIT K., JR. Shelby 
KEEVER, JUDITH A. Hickory 

KEETER, SIDNEY G , JR. Goldsboro 
KEHOE, KAY Jacksonville 

KEITH, PHILLIP A. Cameron 



Lieutenant Governor Scott 
Speaks at Homecoming. 



KENNEDY, LINDA K 


Pink Hill 


KENNEDY, RICHARD B. 




Winston-Salem 


KENNINGTON, SAMUEL R. 




Roxboro 


KENT, THOMAS L. 


Scituate, Mass. 


KERLEY, NELSON G. 


Williamston 


KILPATRICK, GWENDOLYN 




Weldon 


KING, ANN L. 


Warrenton 


KING, MARY L. 


Hampton, Va. 


KING, MICHAEL J. 




Virginia Beach, Va. 


KINLAW, LINDA P. 


Saint Pauls 


KINNEY, KENNETH 


B. Greensboro 


KIRBY, CAROL R. 


Mount Olive 



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KIVETT. PAULINE D. 


Kinston 


KLEIN, MARTHA D. 


Kenly 


KNAPP, lULIA E. 


Raleigh 


KNAPP, AfARY E. 


Greenville 


KOEHLER, ROBERT A. 


Kinston 


KOON, ANN J. Jacksonville, Fla. 


KOONCE, CLARENCE M. 


JR. 




Raeford 


KOONCE, KANNY R. 


Cove City 


KOONTZ, DIANE V. 


Fayetteville 


KOPP, JOHN R. 


Bolivia 


KRAHENBUHL, DAWN 


E. Hubert 


KRAMER, JAN A. 


Raleigh 


KRESS, JUDY E. 


Salisbury 


KRIDEL, JAY M. Rocky Mount 


KWASNICK, EDWARD S 


JR. 




New Bern 


LACKEY, PAMELA W. 


Graham 


LAFERNEY, BARBARA L. Raleigh 


LAMM, FRANCES A. 


Greenville 



FRESHMEN 



-AMOND, ANGUS S., JR. 

Alexandria, Va. 
.ANCASTER, BRENDA K. Castalia 
.ANCASTER, VICTORIA A. 

Mooresville 
.ANDIS, EILEEN D. Media, Pa. 

.ANE, ELIZABETH A. Kinston 

.ANE, REBECCA L. ' Snow Hill 



:ANE, WALTER M. Fremont 

LANGE, WILLIAM F. 

Petersburg, Va. 
,ANGLEY, FRANKIE E. 

Rocky Mount 
-ANSCHE, SARAH E. New Bern 

.ARSON, PATRICIA A. Fort Bragg 
,ASATER, REBECCA D. Durham 



ASSITER, GLENN M. Raleigh 

ASSITER, NANCY K. Boykins, Va 
AUGHTER, LAURA L. Smithfield 
AWS, JOSEPH A. Falls Church, Va. 
AWSON, JOHN B. West Jefferson 
AWSON, NANCY R. Durham 



LEACH, MARGARET L. 

Kennett Square, Pa. 
LEARY, SANDRA F. Shiloh 

LEBLANC. JANE H. Scituate, Mass. 
LEBLOND, RANDALL P. Hubert 

LEE, BILLIE D. Durham 

LEE, ERNEST J., JR. Reidsville 





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LEE, NELLIE J. Raleigh 



ll^ ' LEE, SANDRA J, Richlands 

LEE, SARAH J. Oriental 

LEE, VICKIE A. Kinston 

LEGGETT, WILLIAM R. Kinston 



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LEIGH, HARRIET A. Ambler, Pa. 

LEINBACH, CATHY A. 

Arlington, Va. 
LEISCHNER, STEPHEN H. 

Alexandria, Va. 
LEMOS, WILLIAM E., JR. 

Norfolk, Va. 
LEONARD, JOHN D. Greensboro 

LEONARD, PHILLIP H. 

Portsmouth, Va, 



LEONARD, RONALD F. Lexington 
LEONARD, WILLIAM J. 

Wellsboro, Pa. 
LEWIS, ANNA F. Fountain 

LEWIS, BONITA D. Henderson 

LEWIS, CHARLES K. Beulaville 

LEWIS, JEFFREY D. Wanta^h, N.Y. 



LEWIS, JOANNE C. Beaufort, S.C. 
LEWIS, LAWRENCE H., JR. 

Hyde Park, N.Y. 
LEWIS, PAMELA E. FayetteviUe 

LIBBY, SUSAN E. Wilson 

LIKAS, DORIS A. Newton Grove 

LILLY, SAMUEL B. Newport 



LINDLEY, JEANNE M. Matthews 
LINKER, PATRICIA C. Concord 

LIPE, DELMARENE K. 

Glen Allen, Va. 
LIPKIN, ALAN H. Greenville 

LIPPARD, ANN K. Durham 

LIPSCOMB, PENNY J. 

Annandale, Va. 



LITTLE, DAVID W. Greensboro 

LITZ, LOUISE S. Thomasville 

LOFLIN, TERRY L. Greensboro 

LOGEMANN, ERNEST V. 

Rapidan, Va. 
LONG, DANNY W. Edenton 

LONGO, PAMILA C. Jersey City, N.J. 



LORENZ, PATRICIA A. Wise 

LOUGEE, LINDA M. Durham 

LOVETTE, HAROLD L. Graham 

LOWE, DANNY N. Roanoke Rapids 
LUECK, KERRY W. Falls Church, Va. 
LUMPKIN, LINDA S. Jacksonville 



LUND, TERRY L. Fort Bragg 

LYDA, ELIZABETH L. Asheville 
LYNCH, TRUDY A. Richmond, Va. 
MACK, LINDA D. Springfield, Va. 
MADRY, CORA E. Scotland Neck 
MAGGIOLO, JUDITH S. Newport 



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MAORI, WILLIAM A. 

Medellin, Colombia 
MALLARD, HARRY C, JR. 

Pollocksville 
MANDELL, JULIANNE Charolette 
MANGUM. SNADRA G. Fuquay 

MANN, HUDSON P., JR. 



MANNING, CAROL L. 



Bethel 



MANNING, SANDRA G. 

Williamston 
MARLEY, STEVEN A. Lexington 
MARSHALL, INA K. Burlington 

MARSHBURN. ROBERT A. 

Rocky Mount 
MARSHBURN, SARA B. Wilmington 
MARTIN, ANN S. Roxboro 



MARTIN, CHARLES C. Jamesville 
MASER, SARAH F. Fuquay- Varina 
MASINGO, BETTY R. Spencer 

MASON, ELLEN D. Washington 

MASOURAS, CHTHY E. 

Fayetteville 
MASSENGILL, SUSAN G. 

Elizabeth City 



Farmville 
Hamptonville 



MASSEY, CURTIS R. 
MATHIS, BRENDA J 
MATHIS, GAYLE L. 

Newport News, Va. 
MARLOCK, GAIL E. Salisbury 

MATTESON, GUY Hampton, Va. 

MATTHEWS, BARBARA J. Wade 



MAULTSBY, ANNA C. Jacksonville 
MAYO, BARBARA R. Stantonsburg 
McALEE, GEORGE E. Spring Hope 
McCALLUM, JOHN T. Carthage 

McCANDLESS. BETTY D. Alliance 

McCarthy, fobert c. 

Arlington, Va. 



McCLAINE, ANN L. Grifton 

McCLANAHAN, WHITE McPean, Va. 
McDRAW, MONTE F. 

Hopewell, Va. 

McCLELLAN, SUE S. Greensboro 

McCLENNY, DENNIS K. 

Goldsboro 
McCLUSKEY, PHYLLIS D. 

Greensboro 



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just one of the many compet 
itive sports in which the "col 
lege hill" boys participate 



ICOMBS, MARVIN, III Statesvillf 
ICOMBS, NEALE R.. JR. 

Kannapolis 
COTTER, EVA F. Fuquay Springs 
COWN, ROBERT W. Roanoke, Va. 
COY, MILDRED M. Statesville 

ICRACKEN, JAMES A. Asheville 



CULLEN, ANNIE R. Clinton 

DANIEL, JANET E. Fayetteville 
ELHENEY, JOHN R. Knightdale 
EWEN, MONIS D. Lumberton 

FARLAND, JOYCE L. Norfolk, Va. 
GEE, GLORIA L. Mebane 



GEE LINDA S. Willi 

GOWAN, CYNTHIA J. Hamlet 
GUIRT, FAYE O. Goldsboro 

KAY. ALEXANDER S. 

Chapel Hill 
KENZIE, REBECCA J. 

Southern Pines 
LAMB, HARRY C, JR. 

Newton Grove 



LAMB, ROE M. Clinton 

LAURIN, BRENDA I. Goldsboro 
LAURIN, DONOVAN E. 

Fayetteville 
LAWHORN, JIMMY Ayden 

LEAN, DAN H., JR. 

Fuquay Springs 
LEAN, DORIS F. Hampton, Va. 




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McLEMORE, BRENDA K Roseboro 
McLENNAN, SANDRA E. Asheville 
McNeill, MARY C. Raeford 

McRAE, FLORA A. Frowland 

McWALTERS, KATHLEEN W. 

Lynbrook N.Y. 
MEADOWS, PAMELA R. Kinston 



MEADOWS, SYLVIA L. Greensboro 
MEDLIN, KENNETH W. Butner 

MEGINNIS, SYLVIA J. Rockingham 
MENZACO, DANNA S. Point Harbor 
i\(ARRITT, JERRY A. Camp Lejeune 
MERRITT, LINDA E. Wake Forest 



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MEWBORN, DOUGLAS E. 

Goldsborc 
MEYLAND, JOHN W., Ill 

Jacksonville, Fla 
MICHAEL, PAUL H. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
MICHELOTTI, JOHN M. Greensboro 
MILLARD, MARTIN H. 

Danvers, Mass, 
MILLER, ALICIA B. Norfolk, Va. 



MILLER, 


BOBBYE A. Beulaville 


MILLER, 


DONALD C Winston-Salem 


MILLER, 


EDWIN B., JR. 




Camp Lejeune 


MILLER. 


RAYMOND R , JR. 




Rocky Mount 


MILLER, 


TAMARA S. Hickor\- 


MILLS, 1 


BARBARA J. Apex 



MILLS, REBECCA L. Cincinnati, Ohio 
MILNER, SARAH K. Montclair, N J. 
MINOR, LILLIE D. Lenoir 

MINTZ, GRAY M. Graham 

MISENHEIMER, TONY R. Rockwell 
MITCHELL, CHARLENE V. Concord 



MITCHELL, MIRIAM G. 

Winston-Salem 
MITCHON, KATHERINE E. 

Statesville 
MOBLEY, NETTIE M. Williamston 
MOESCHL, JAMES G. 

Falls Church, Va. 
MOHLERE, MELINDA Redstone. Ala. 
MONK, SIDNEY R. Goldsboro 



MONROE, ORVILLE N. 

Rocky Mount 
MONROE, WANDA D. High Point 
MONTAGUE, BARBARA E. 

Woodsdale 
MONTI, SANDRA L. Greensboro 

MOORE, STEVE Cleveland 

MOORE, GRACE T. Wilson 



MOORE, LINDA R. South Hill, Va 
MOORE, MARCIA L. Rochester. NY 
MOOREFIELD, ARTHUR W. 

Yanceyxillc 
MOORING, STEVEN F. Maun 

MORGAN, NANCY D. Dunn 

MORGAN, SANDRA L. Oxford 



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Freshman Women Honored by 
Angel Flight at Tea. 



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MORRIS, BEDFORD M., JR. Carthage 
MORRIS, BOB S,, JR. Asheboro 

MORRIS, GARY K. Fayetteville 

MORSE, ELLEN V. Alexandria, Va. 
MORTON, ANN C. Asheboro 

MORTON, SUSAN W. Hubert 



MULLINS, MARY B. Fayetteville 

MUMFORD, LINDA D. Lucama 

MURRAY, BETTY J. Norfolk, Va. 
MURRAY, STEPHEN A. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
MURRAY, VAN B. Winston-Salem 
MYLUM, JANE Wilson 



EWCOMB, lO A. 


Snow Hill 


EWSOME. ANITA C. 


Ahoskie 


EWTON, JANET P. 


Durham 


EWTON, JOHNNY L., 


JR. Hickon- 


EWTON, ROSEMARY 


L. Sanford 


E^XTON, SUSAN E. 


Burlington 


ICHOLS, NANCY A. 


Charlotte 


ICHOLS, NANCY C. 


Sims 


ICHOLSON, TERRY J. 


Rockingham 


EILSEN. lENNIFER C. 


Hillsboro 


OBLE, JUDY C. 


Deep Run 


ORGAARD, JOYCE L. 






Creedmoor 


ORRELL, JANET M. 


Liberty 


ORRIS, NELDA C. 


Plymouth 


ORVi'OOD, STANLEY C 


.JR. 




Manson, Md. 


OTTINGHAxM, ELLIS, JR. 


UTTER, SANDRA L. 


Vienna, Va. 


GDEN, CYNTHIA J. 




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The feeling of really being a part of East Carolina 
is intensified when the freshmen are fitted for 
their college blazers. 



MYRICK, JUDITH A. Carthage 

NARRON. SAMUEL R. ^Middlesex 
NASSEF, SUZANNE E. New Bern 



XEAL, TAMES P. Wilson 

XEAL, lOHN E. Greensboro 

NELSON, ROBERT M. Norfolk, Va. 





FRESHMEN 

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OLEARY, HARRIETT E. Warsaw 

ORCHARD, HAYS W. McLean, Va 
ORCUTT, ALAN W. Jacksonville 

ORENt, DAVID B. Cambridge, Md. 

ORR, RICHARD B. Hendersonville 

ORR, ROLAND T., JR. Elizabeth City 



OUTLAW, BRUNETTA R. 

OUTLAW, LENA C. 
ORMAND, ROBERT A. 
OVERTON. ANNA'R. 
OVERTON, SANDRA L 
OWEN, CATHERINE J 



Mount Olive 

Ayden 

Hickory 

Greenville 

Wilson 

Roxboro 



OWEN, RAY Newport News, Va. 

OWENS, DOROTHY F. Wilson 

OWENS, ELIZABETH L Merry Hill 
PADGETT, VIRGINIA B. Weldon 
PADERICK, EFFIE G. Kinston 

PADGETT, JOYCE A. Hendersonville 



PAGAN, VERNON R. Raleigh 

PAISLEY, LARRY G. McLean, Va. 
PAISLEY, PRICILLA L. 

Portsmouth, N.H. 
PARAMORE, KENNETH R. 

Grimesland 
PARIS, OWEN F. 

Queens Village, N.Y. 
PARKER, BRENDA C. PoUocksville 



Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Pendleton 



PARKER, CYNTHIA D 

PARKER, JUDY A. 

PARKER, VIOLET E. 

PARKER, WILLIAM M. Williamstoi 

PARKIN, LESLIE A. 

Puerto Ordaz, Venezuel 
PARKS, JAMES J. Aberdeei 



PARKS, REBECCA S. Greenville 

PARRISH, JAMES W. Springfield, Va. 
PARRISH, JOHN F. McLean, Va. 

PARROTT, JAMES H. Kinston 

PARSONS, GREGORY W. 

Bethel, Conn. 
PARSONS, DIANE L. Camp Lejeune 








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this twosome cruises the main campus on a mc 
scooter. 




PAYLOR, FRANCES M. Ayden 

PAYNE, CAROLYN V. Toano, Va. 
PAYNE, JAMES S. Fuquay Springs 
PAYNE, SHIRLEY L. Raleigh 

PEARCE, LUCRETIA G. Zebulon 

PEELE, JAMES H. GoMsboro 



PELT, ALICE K. Goldsboro 

PENNY, CAROL A. Morehead City 
PERKINS, WILLIAM J. Arlington, Va. 
PERKINSON, JOHN L. 

Roanoke Rapids 
PERRY, CAROLYN V. Elizabeth City 
PERRY, FRANCEINE W. Louisburg 



FRESHMEN 



PERRY, JOYCE M. Elizabeth City 
PERRY, ROSCOE Zebulon 

PETERSON, KENNETH W. 

Wilton, N.Y. 



PETRULLO, MARIE E. Spring Hope 
PETTEE, CHRISTINE Asheville 

PETTIGREW, SANDRA J. 

Rocky Mount 




FAFF, SHIRLEY A. Winston-Salem 
FILLIPS, ETHEL L. Davis 

HIILLIPS, MARY A. Winston-Salem 
hllPPS, ROBERT D. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
CKARD, DONNA L. Durham 

CKARD, MILDRED L. New Bern 



ERCE, DON L., JR. New Bern 

lERCE, HAL W. Princeton 

ERCE, THERESA A. Greenville 

TTMAN, HAROLD H. Selma 

DFFENBAUGH, PATSY A. 

Wilmington, Del. 
3LLETT, JANET E. Raleigh 



DOLE, JAMES E., II 
30T, JOHN R. 
WE. ROBERT W., JR. 
3RTER, MICHAEL W 
3TTER, CHERYL D. 
DTTER, SANDRA L. 



Lancaster, Ohio 

New Bern 

Lucama 

Benson 

Bayboro 

Albany, Ga. 




POTTS, MARY A. Washington 

POWELL, BARBARA L. Thomasville 
POWELL, DONNA G. George 

POWELL, MARJORIE M. 

Rocky Mount 
POWELL, MARTHA A. Rowland 

PRESCOTT, GORDON L. Farmville 



Thirty-three Students Take Roles 
in 'My Fair Lady/ 



PRESSLEY, CHARLES C. Greensboro 
PRICE, IRIS ]. Springs 

PRICE, JANIS M. Falls Church, Va. 
PRIDGEN, FRANCES O. Elm City 
PRIDGEN, ROLAND S. MaysviUe 

PRIMM, SANDRA G. Hampton, Va. 



PRINCE, WILLIAM H. Exmore, Va. 
PRITCHETT, NONA B. 

Southern Pines 
PROCTOR, SUSAN A. Greenville 

PROTHRO, DAVID G. McLean, Va. 
PUCKETT, RODGER A. Aberdeen 
PUGH, TOMMY E. Greenville 




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QUERY, LYDIA J. Matthews 

QUINTON, SANDRA K. Norfolk, Va, 
RADOS, RICHARD A. Bronx, N.Y 
RAINES, KATHRYN A. Goldsborc 
RAMSEY, DAVID A. Jacksonville 

RAMSEY, HAZEL J. Salisbury 



RATCLIFF, PATRICIA L. Morgantor 
RATH, BARBARA H. Arlington, Va 
RAUGHLEY, JAMES B. Easton, Md 
RAVELLI, JOHN W. Jacksonville 

RAWLS, LLOYD H. FayettevilU 

RAY, DONNA B. Fayetteville 



RAYNOR, DAVID K. Dunr 

REAGAN, WILLIAM D., JR. 

High Poini 
REASON, SUDIE M. JamesvilU 

REAVES, ELIZABETH A. High Poii 



REED, SANDRA J. 
REEL, ALICE J. 



Fayettevill< 
Fair Blufl 



REYNOLDS, CHARLES K. 

Hendersonville 
REYNOLDS, THOMAS H. 

Cherry Point 
RHODES, JAMES A. Greensboro 

RHODES, MARTHA L, Lenoir 







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RHYNE, JO A. 
RICE, JAMES G. 
RICE, SANDRA K. 
RICH, RITA C. 



RICHARDSON, JOHN R. 
RICKS, VICKI A. 
RIDDICK, SYLVIA K. 
RIDDLE, MARY C. 



RIGGSBEE, CAROLYN S. 
RINI, AURORA A. 
RITCHIE, ANGELA R. 
RIVENBARK, BURNEY R. 



Charlotte 
Yanceyville 
Greenville 
Burlington 



Hopewell, Va. 

Greenville 

Gates 

Norfolk, Va. 



Questa, N.M. 

Long Branch, N.J. 

Concord 

Greenville 



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ROBERTS, ADRIAN R., JR. 
ROBERTS, MARGARET A. 
ROBERTS, TERRELL R. 
ROBERTS, THOMAS T. 
ROBERTS, VIRGINIA L. 



ROBERTS, WILLIAM Y. 
ROBERTSON, BERNARD P. 
ROBERTSON, JOHN F. 
ROBERTSON, REGINA S. 
ROBINSON, PAMELA K. 



ROGERS, ARTHUR R. 
ROGERS, BONNIE B. 
ROGERS, NANCY J. 
ROGERS, RITA B. 
ROGERS, SANDRA A. 



ROLLINS, DONNA G. 
ROOKER, JAMY M. 
ROOKS, EMILY J. 
ROONEY, JAMES M. 
ROPER, EUNICE F. 



Mt. Olive 

Greensboro 

Candor 

Raleigh 

Ridgewood, N.J. 



Raleigh 

Jacksor 

Alexandria, Va 

Aberdeen 

MooresviUe 



WiUiamston 

Timberlake 

Arlington, Va. 

CherryviUe 

WiUiamston 



Wake Forest 

Wilmington 

Rocky Point 

Richmond, Va. 

Greenville 



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Smithfield 
Kenly 



ROSE, CARL R. 
ROSE, ROBERT K. 
ROSEMAN, PAUL M., JR. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
ROSENBAUM, PHILLIP D. Salisbun. 
ROSS, HENRY A., JR. Swansboro 

ROSS, LOIS D.' Ahoskie 



FRESHMEN 



ROSS, PAUL B. 


At 


lington, Va. 


ROSS, PHILLIP A. 




Jacksonville 


ROUGHTON, EDGAR 


G. 


Gaston 


ROUSE, LEBERN E. 




Kinston 


ROUSE, THOMAS K. 




Greensboro 


ROUSE, WALTER A. 




Kinston 


ROWE, VIRGINIA A. 




Lenoir 


ROYER, JUDITH A. 


Richmond, Va. 


RUSS, ALAN H. 




Shallotte 


RUSS, GLORIA E. 




Shallotte 


RUTLEDGE, FRED A. 




Fort Bragg 


RYAN, RANDOLPH W 






Floral Park, N.Y. 



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SALLENGER, NANCY G. Windsoi 

SANDERLIN, BRfeNDA L. Shawborc 

SANDERS, CHARLENE Engelharc 
SANDERS, KATHERINE A. 

Wilmingtor 

SANDERSON, SANDRA L. Tarborc 

SASSER, MARY C. Lucama 



SASSER, PAUL L. Mount Olive 

SAUL, CAROL A. Glassboro, N.J 

SAVIN, JUDY E. Ahoskie 

SAWREY, LINDA L. Swansborc 

SAWYER, JUDITH S. Winston-Salen: 
SAWYER, MARTHA A. Burlingtor 



SCHECTER, ROGER N. Greensborc 
SCOTT, ANNE G. Richmond, Va, 

SEARS. GEORGE E. East Bend 

SEIGLER, MARIE L. Reidsville 

SENGER, LARRY E. Raleigh 

SENKIER, MAUREEN E. 

Hyde Park. N.Y. 



SEYMOUR, HARVEY D. Greenville 
SHADLE, SUZANNE Cherry Point 
SHAMEL, JOE F. Winston-Salem 




SHANNON, LESLIE K. 

Wilmington 
SHANNON, PAUL A. 

Arlington, Va. 



SHARP, CHARLES S., JR. 
SHAW, JAMES E., JR. 
SHEARIN, LYNN R. 
SHEHDAN, LINDA F. 



SHELTON, JUDY H. 
SHEPPARD, CAROLYN J. 
SHERIDAN, SARA J. 
SHIELDS, DEANNA E. 




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SHIRLEY, CAROLYN A. 
SHOFFNER, LYNN D. 
SHORE, PAMELA K. 
SHORE, JOAN G. 



Hudson, Ohio 

Asheboro 

Raleigh 

Clayton 



Winston-Salem 

Washington 

Salisbury, Md. 

Asheville 



Kenley 

Julian 

Winston-Salem 

Winston-Salem 








SHORT, HAROLD M. 
SHUFFLER, JIMMIE N. 
SIEGFRIED, NANCY L. 
SINGLETON, WILLIAM E. 
SINK, JOYCE A. 



SKINNER, JAMES A., JR. 
SLAPPEY, JACK M. 
SLAUGHTER, ANNE F. 
SLAUGHTER, STEVEN T. 
SLOAN, SHARON G. 



SLOATH, SONDRA A. 

SMALL, ANNA L. 
SMALL, JANIE F. 
SMALL, RICHARD H. 
SMALL, WILBURN E., 



SMALLWOOD, CYNTHIA R. 
SMITH, ASHLEY M. 
SMITH, BRENDA L. 
SMITH, CAROLE B. 
SMITH, CHARLIE K. 



Charlotte 

New Bern 

Hampton, Va. 

Newport 

Thomasville 



Wilson 
Fayetteville 

Arlington, Va. 
Kannapolis 

Winston-Salem 



Durham 

Bethesda, Md. 

Roanoke Rapids 

Alexandria, Va. 

Greenville 



Norfolk, Va. 
New Bern 

Mount Olive 
Elizabeth City 
Scotland Neck 



SMITH, DANIEL T. China Grove 
SMITH, DOROTHY K. Tarboro 
SMITH, EMMA C. RobersonviUe 
SMITH, JANET E. Grimesland 
SMITH, JEAN A. Cleveland, Ohio 
SMITH, JOHN M., JR. Greensboro 


SMITH, JOSEPH L. Lexington 
SMITH, PATSY G. Burlington 
SMITH, PEGGY A. Goldsboro 
SMITH, RUTH H. Roanoke Rapids 
SMITH, VIRGINIA R. Durham 
SNEED, SARA A. Oxford 


SNELL, JEAN H. Washington 
SNOW, JUDITH L. Richmond, Va. 
SNYDER, ANN G. Lexington 
SNYDER, DONALD F. 

Wilmington, Del. 
SOBER, HARRY M. Fort Bragg 
SOMERSETT, LINDA D. Wilmington 


SPARROW, DAVID 
SPARROW, JOHN D. 
SPELL, LENA G. 
SPENCE, LOU W. 
SPENCER, DORIS E. 
SPENCER, JOHNNY 


M. Pittsboro 

Kinston 

Roseboro 

Hamlet 

Faison 

W., JR. Raleigh 



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SPIECE, JOHN R. New Bern 

SPRAGINS, LINDA C. Littleton 

STAALMAN, LINDA L. Fairfax, Va. 
STAINBACK, BRENDA L. Henderson 
STALEY, JOHN A., JR. 

Morehead City 
STALLS, BETTY J. Hassell 



STALNAKER, SUSAN E. 

Newport News, Va. 
STEPHENSON, CARL W. Jacksonville 
STEWART, JOAN G. Jacksonville 
STEWART, JO A. Newport News, Va. 
STILLER, JOHN R. Silver Springs, Md. 
STINAGLE, JANICE E. Wilson 



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STITH, PHILLIP E. Winston-Salwi 



STOCKNER, JAMES I. 
STINSON, WILLIAM J. 
STINSON, WESLEY R. 
STOKES, RHODES C. 
STONE, BARBARA L. 



Galav, Va. 

Raleigh 

Siler City 

Ayden 

Asheboro 



STONESTREET, LINDA V. 

Albemarle 
STOTT, CONNIE J. Sims 

STOTT, DRAYTON P. Greensboro 
STOUT, CARL D. Arlington, Va. 

STOVALL, THORNTON, JR. Stovall 
STRAYHORN, JANE A. Durham 



STRICKLAND, LINDA D. Middlesex 
STRICKLAND, WANDA S. Clarkton 
STROLE, PAMELA H. Swansboro 
STROUD, ELIZABETH A. Ayden 

STROUP, WILLIAM R. Cherryville 
STROUPE, CHARLES E. High Point 



STRUNKS, MEREDITH W. 

Greensboro 
SUGG, JOAN K. Snow Hill 

SULLIVAN, JUANITA K. Ahoskie 
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM W. Tarboro 
SUMERLIN, CAROL Y. Rocky Mount 
SUMNER, RONALD M. Ahoskie 



SUMRELL, DOUGLAS E. Greenville 
SUNDY, ELIZABETH J. Lumberton 
SURLES, BILLIE R. Four Oaks 

SUTTON, DONNA J. Burlington 

SUTTON, ELIZABETH A. Warsaw 
SUTTON, JOHNNY C. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 



SUTTON, WINSTON D. Kinston 

SWAIN, CLIFFORD W. Washington 
SWAIN, STEPHEN C. Winston-Salem 
TAFT, NANCY G. Elizabeth City 
TALBERT, WILLIAM H. New Bern 
TAMAR, EDMUND W. 

Hawthorne, N.J. 



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TAPSCOTT, JACKIE L. Kinston 

TARKINGTON, BRENDA K. 

Windsor 
TARLETON, MARILYN J. Raeford 
TARLETON, PAMELIA M. Albemarle 
TART, ROSE A. Newton Grove 

TAYLOR, CHARLES F., JR. 

Rocky Mount 



TAYLOR, GAIL M. Raleigh 

TAYLOR, HELEN P. Weldon 

TAYLOR, JULIA C. Como 
TAYLOR, MAUREEN A. 

Camp Lejeune 

TAYLOR, NEIL M. Newport 

TAYLOR, PEGGY J. Tabor City 



TEAL, PATRICIA A. Lexington 

TELLING, RICHARD C. Wayne, N.J. 
TEETER, JANE B. Oakboro 

TEITELBAUM, CHARLENE 

Richmond, Va. 
TEMPLETON, ROBERT A. Hickory 
TERRELL, BENJAMIN T. Raleigh 



TERRELL, BRENDA L. Greensboro 
TERRELL, SUSAN K. Roswell, N.M. 
TESH, BENNIE P., JR. Greensboro 
THARRINGTON, DONNIE E. 

Zebulon 
THARRINGTON, NARMAN A. 

Louisburg 
THAYER, THOMAS H. 

Danburg, Conn. 









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THIGPEN, FRANCES K. Beulaville 
THIGPEN, GEORGE D. 

Mount Olive 
THOMAS, CARROLL A. Asheville 
THOMAS, CLINTON E. 

Richmond, Va. 
THOMAS, DOROTHY C. Snow Hill 
THOMAS, FRANCES L. Durham 



THOMAS, JUDITH A. 

Winston-Salem 
THOMAS, JULIA A. Four Oaks 

THOMAS, RUTH J. Sanford 

THOMAS, STEPHEN M. 

Thowfare, N.J. 
THOMASSON. PATRICIA A. 

Arlington, Va. 
THOMASON, SALLIE A. Kannapolis 



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THOMPSON, BRENDA J. 
THOMPSON, DONNA J. 
THOMPSON, JANE E. 
THOMPSON, LINDA L. 
THOMPSON, MARY L. 



Four Oaks 

Goldsboro 

Lenoir 

Goldsboro 

Kinston 



THORNE, EDWIN J. Westfield, N.J. 



TILLEY, JAMES M. Rocky Mount 
TIPPETT, MICHAEL A. Greensboro 
TISDALE, STEPHANY A. 

Annandale, Va. 
TOBIN, RICHARD P. 

New Rochelle, N.Y. 
TODD, ANITRA Wendell 

TOLER, WHITING M. Washington 



TOMBERLIN, MICHAEL B. 

Morganton 
TOPPING, CHARLOTTE S. Charlotte 
TORICK, JUDITH A. Madison, N.J. 
TRAWICK, JAMES L., JR. 

Falls Church, Va. 
TRIPP, JOE S. Ayden 

TRIPP, MILTON K. Roanoke . Rapids 



TROMPETER, CONSTANCE 

Roanoke, Va. 
TROTT, JERRY T. Richlands 

TROTTER, SERGE H. Ogden, Conn. 
TROXLER, DANIEL W., JR. 

SummerviUe, S.C. 
TRUESDALE, JOHN M. 

Lancaster, S.C. 
TRULL, WILLIAM E. Chandler 



TUCKER, JAMES L. Albemarle 

TUCKER, RANDOLPH L. 

Charlotte Court House, Va. 
TUGWELL, JEWEL M. Walstonburg 
TUNSTALL, BETTY L. Apex 

TURCOTTE, EDWARD W., JR. 

Greenville 
TURNER, KATHERINE M. New Bern 



TURNER, NICKY O. 
TURNER, VICKY F. 
TUTOR, NANCY C. 
TUTTLE, DEBORAH 
TWIFORD, TRAVIS ^ 
TYER, CHARLIE B. 



Winston-Salem 
Burlington 
Fuquay Varina 
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TYLER, JOHN L. Macon, Ga. 

TYLER, JOHN D. Roanoke Rapids 
TYSON, JOYCE C. Goldsboro 

TYSON, NANCY R. Spring Hope 
UNDERHILL, TIMOTHY C. Raleigh 
UPCHURCH, GEORGE G. Durham 



USILTON, JOHN L. Denton, Md. 

URAM, BRUCE C. Richmond, Va. 
VAN GELDER, DONNA L. 

Vestal, N.Y. 
VANTUYL, ALAN W. 

New York, N.Y. 
VAN HOY, FRANCIS S. Goldsboro 
VAN MIDDLESWORTH, C. 

Asbury Park, N.J. 



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VEILETTE, JOSEPH L. Rocky Mount 
VENABLE, BETTE J. Madison 

VERBRUGGEN, CAROL L. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
VERNER, SHARON G. Clark, N.J. 
VIENNEAU, VICKI L. Arlington, Va. 
WADDELL. MARY S. Laurel Springs 



WADE, RICHARD C. Morehead City 
WADE, VIRGINIA F. Clayton 

WAGER, KENNETH B. 

Hyde Park, N.Y. 
WALKER, DONNA M. Aurora 

WALKER, JAMES A. Oxford 

WALKER, JAMES G. Halifax 



WALKER, JACKIE E. Rockingham 
WALKER, MICHAEL L. 

Alexandria, Va. 
WALKER, STEPHEN E. Goldsboro 
WALL, ARTHUR R. Winston-Salem 
WALLACE, FREDERICK T. 

Morris Plains, N.J. 
WALLACE, STEPHEN C Jacksonville 



VANN, DWANDA L. Goldsboro 

VAUGHAN, BARBARA A. 

Harrellsville 
VAUGHAN, LANA J. Rocky Mount 



VAUGHAN, LINDA F. Durham 

VAUGHAN, ROBERT W. 

Wilmington 
VAUGHT, DONALD C. 

Front Royal, Va. 




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WALLACE, STEVEN D. Gastonia 
WALTERS, DIANA L. Greenville 
WALTERS, DRINA K. Lumberton 

WALTERS, JENNES R, Wilson 

WARGO, LEE C. Lynbrook, N.Y. 

WARREN, HUGH A. Fayetteville 



WATKINS, BETTIE L. 
WATSON, CHARLES R. 
WATSON, MICHAEL L. 
WEAVER, DIANE E. 
WEBB, JEAN K. 
WEBB, RICHARD C, JR. 



Raleigh 

Kenly 

Burlington 

Plymouth 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 



WEEKS, JUDITH E. Dunn 

WEEKS, REBECCA I. Durham 

WEIGAND, GEORGE A. Greenville 
WELCH, LINDA L. Rockingham 

WELDE, CHARLES W. Fairfax, Va. 
WELDON, JILLIAN M. 

Rocky Mount 



WELSH, EDWIN A., JR. Lumberton 
WENZEL, TERRIANNE A. Durham 
WENTZEL, SANDRA K. Raleigh 
WESNER, CHESTER, S. Plymouth 
WEST, JACK P. Atlantic 

WEST, JULIAN R. Statesville 



WESTFALL, SUSAN M. 

Martinville, Va. 
WESTON, CATHERINE L. 

Blount's Creek 
WHALEY, CAROL L. Richlands 

WHALEY, ROXIE P. Newport 

WHELESS, DONA P. Louisburg 

WHICHARD, JAMES E. Greenville 



WHICHARD, THOMAS M. Greenville 
WHITE, BARBARA E. Merry Hill 
WHITE, BEVERLY P. Elizabeth City 
WHITE, BILLIE J. Raleigh 

WHITE, DONALD D. Midland 

WHITE, DONNA L. Parsippany, N.J. 









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WHITE, JOHN R. Jacksonville 

WHITE, JUDITH A. Annandale, Va. 
WHITEHEAD, MARY K. Buxton 



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Raleigh 
WHITEHURST, CORNELIUS 

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WHITEHURST, LINDA T. 
WHITFIELD, MARGARET A. 
WHITLARK, ELIZABETH B. 
WHITLEY, BILLIE L. 



WHITLEY, DAVID F. 
WHITLEY, JERRY E. 
WHITLEY, JUDY G. 
WHITLEY, THEORDORE W. 



WHITSON, SUZANNE W. 
WHITTINGTON, SANDRA V. 
WICKER, SANDRA C. 
WICKHAM. MARJAORIE J. 



WIGGINS. HENRY B., JR. 
WILKES, TRUDY F. 
WILKS, SHARON A. 
WILLARD, CHERYL L. 




Greenville 

Kinston 

Macclesfield 

Aurora 



Williamston 

Tarboro 

Snnithfield 

Cary 



Alexandria, Va. 

Hillsboro 

Pinehurst 

Ashland, Va. 



Norlina 

Raleigh 

Wheaton, Md. 

Merrit 



WILLIAMS, BERNICE 
WILLIAMS, EDWIN L., JR. 
WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH W. 
WILLIAMS, JAMES W. 
WILLIAMS, JOANNE A. 



WILLIAMS, NANCY C. 
WILLIAMS, PATRICIA E. 
WILLIAMS. ROMA G 
WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY A 
WILLIAMS, TERRY J. 



WILLIAMSON, BEVERLY L. 
WILLIAMSON, JANICE E. 
WILLIAMSON, MARGARET 
WILLIAMSON, MARY E. 
WILMOTH, SHELBY K. 



Willi: 

Kinston 

Greenville 

Lumberton 

Raleigh 



Rocky Mount 

Benson 

Mount Olive 

Rocky Mount 

Fayetteville 



Wilson 

Tarboro 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Clemmons 

Midway Park 




WILSON, ANN T. Washington 

WILSON, JAMES L Hamlet 

WILSON, KATHLEEN E. 

Southern Pines 
WILSON, LOIS F. Sanford 

WILSON, SYLVIA D. Winterville 
WILSON, WILLIAM W., JR. 

Louisburg 






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Assistant football coach, Odell Wel- 
born, instructs players on blocking 
techniques. 



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WINGATE. JOANNE Ayden 

WINGATE, JEON H. Bath 

WINSTEAD, ROWENA G. Charlotte 

WITCHER, EULIS D. High Point 




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WITSCHEN, WILLIAM D. 

Scotch Plains, N.J. 
WOMBLE, DORIS K. Sanford 

WOOD, GLORIA J. Gastonia 

WOOD, MATTIE T. Benson 

WOOD, WILLIAM M. Spring Hope 




WOODARD, BETTY J. Nashville 
WOODFORD, WARREN J. 

Roanoke, Va. 
WOODHULL, RICHARD H. 

Hopewell, N.J. 
WOODSON, KATHLEEN C. 

Reidsville 
WOOTEN, GARY C. Hudson 

WOOTEN, LILLIAN H. Stantonsburg 



WOOTEN, SANDRA L. Fountain 
WOOTEN, SHARYN K. FayetteviUe 
WORRELL, PATRICIA R. 

Stamford, Conn. 
WORTHINGTON, ELAINE Ayden 
WORTHINGTON, MICHAEL 

Newport News 
WRAY, STEPHEN L. Greensboro 



WRENN, DORIS A. Sanford 

WRENN, STEVEN L. Greensboro 
WRIGHT, GEROGE A. Raleigh 

WRIGHT, LARRY G. Asheboro 

WRIGHT, LINDA L. Clinton 

WRIGHT, PATSY R. Roanoke Rapids 



WRIGHT, SHARON L. 

Alexandria, Va. 
WYNNE, JUDY C. Williamston 

YORKE, JEWELL A. Kannapolis 

YOUNG, ANNE P. High Point 

YOUNG, JAMES H. Ahoskie 

YOUNTZ, PATRICIA S. 

Winston-Salem 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



RELIGIOUS GROUPS 

CLUBS 

GREEKS 

FINE ARTS 

MILITARY 



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WWWS-AAi, \N\N\NS-FfA, 
and WWWS-TV 

To train students in broadcasting technique; to provide 
news, entertainment, cultural and educational listening for 
the student body; and to provide television ser\'ice to 
various classes are the purposes of WWWS-AM, FM, and 
TV. 

Under the leadership of Dr. Corinne Rickert, the or- 
ganization sponsors an annual UNICEF drive consisting 
of a radiothon and dance. SGA election coverage is pro- 
vided by WWWS-TV. This station also works with the 
College Union in sponsoring several dances during the 
year. For the outstanding work done on the UNICEF 
drive by the radio department, the students received 
national and international recognition. 

Approximately seventy-five students participate in the 
three departments of this organization. Any student is 
eligible to become a member after a period of on-the-job 
training by the currently all-student staff and a proficiency 
radio test. 



Broadcasters Boost UNICEF Drive. 




In an effort to promote Christmas spirit, broadcasters decorated a Chrii 
tree could be seen from parts of the main campus. 



in front of the radio lounge. This 



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Dr. Corinne Rickert, Co-ordinator of Campus Radio and 
Closed Circuit Television, plans the broadcasting schedule 
for the day. 



Gale Lucas checks equipment as the te 



staff prepares to go on the i 



Broadcasting Guild 



Students who have a "C" average in a prescinbed curriculum and who have 
at least one year's experience in broadcasting qualify as members of the Broadcast- 
ing Guild. Under the supervision of Dr. Corinne Rickert, the club strives to promote 
superior broadcasting in radio and television. Founded April 13, 1963, this profession- 
al club assists in the UNICEF drive, special events on campus radio and closed-circuit 
television. The Broadcasting Guild is the co-ordinating organization of WWWS- 
AM, FM, and TV. 





Broadcasting Guild: Sea/eii: Rick Nittoli; Standing: Jay Barber, Paul Hjortsvang, Judy Blankenchip, Pat Shea, 
Blake, and Winston Copeland. 



Miss Rosalinda Roulston, Director Off-Campus Radio and 
Television, prepares for her weekly television show, "Let's 
Go To College." 



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RELIGIOUS 
GROUPS 



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Structures may be altered architecturally, yet the religious 
symbol of the Holy Cross remains constant. Seeking to supply 
this element of constancy to the students of East Carolina 
while in their college homes, the religious groups on campus 
represent the major denominations. These organizations pro- 
mote spiritual development, provide a place for recreation, 
and offer a bond of fellowship to each member. Centering 
ideals around the development of responsible, intelligent in- 
dividuals, these groups afford the opportunity for students 
to broaden their spiritual horizons. 



Chimes from the bell tower may be 
heard on the main campus. 




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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 356 

FREE WILL BAPTIST 357 

CANTERBURY CLUB 358 

LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 359 

WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 360 

WESLEY FOUNDATION 367 

NEWMAN CLUB 362 

KING YOUTH FELLOWSHIP 363 

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Reminding students of their resf>onsibility to 
God and His church is the primary goal of the 
Baptist Student Union. Sixty active members hold 
daily prayer and sponsor the traditional vespers on 
Wednesday evenings. Working closely with the 
Inter-Religious Council and local churches, the 
B.S.U. also publishes "THE KEY," a quarterly 
publication dealing with the organization and ac- 
tivities of the Union. The group worships and 
supports the State B.S.U. summer missions 
program. Expressed interest and willingness to 
work toward the B.S.U. goals are the only criteria 
for membership. 



Seated: Bette Jackson, Vice-President; Nancy Deans, Secretary; Jim Burnette, Stewardshi] 
Standing: Elbert Felton, President; Rev. Dwight Pickling, Advisor. 



B.S.U. Supports Summer Missions Program. 




On a warm, sunny afternoon volleyball is enjoyed by the B.S.U. members. 



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Free Will Baptists Hold Yearly Banquet. 




Students participate regularly in devotional exercises held each week. 



Activities of the Free Will Baptist Student Fellow- 
ship include weekly meetings, Bible discussion groups, 
yearly banquet, annual picnic, Christmas party, and 
religious programs. The organiaation is represented 
in the Inter-Religious Council. The students in the 



group strive to promote spiritual growth and religious 
fellowship. The Reverends Robert Crawford and 
Wayne West are advisors for the group. Established 
at East Carolina College in 1951, this organization has 
thirty members. 




Seated: Ann Pugh, Publicity Chairman; Ann Harrison, Secretary; 
S/anJhig: Wayne West, Rev. Robert Crawford. 



Brenda Calhoun, Treasurer; Judy Spruill, Vice-President; Leverna Lamm, President 




Canterbury Enjoys 
Holiday Feast. 



Canterbury Club is the mission of the Episcopal 
Church to the academic community at all levels. Un- 
der the guidance of The Rev. John W. Drake, Jr., 
and Dr. James Poindexter, the club provides wor- 
ship, service, and fellowship in the church and on 
campus. Prior to the Christmas holidays, the Canter- 
bury Club was entertained at a holiday feast in the 
Rectory. Members of the club plan a spring week- 
end at Camp Leach for recreation, study, and wor- 
ship. As a community service, Canterbury students 
work at St. Andrews Mission. Because the club has 
no officers, various duties are performed on a volun- 
tary basis. 



Rev. John Drake administers the weekly Holy Communion to 
the students. 




Holy Communion is followed by a supper and a program each Wednesday evening. 



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Group discussions promote better understanding among student: 



Lutherans Teach Sunday School 



Lutheran Student's Association strives to 
provide group fellowship for the Lutheran 
and other interested students. Mrs. Mil- 
dred Derrick and Miss Pat Benson lead the 
religious group in their activities. Plans for 
the year include singing in the church 
choir, teaching in Sunday school, and par- 
ticipating in annual retreats to Pamlico 
Sound. The Lutheran students organized the 
Lutheran Church in Greenville and dedi- 
cated it in 1963. Each Sunday evening the 
students meet for an inspirational program. 



Robert L. Dasher, Pastor; Becky Eller, Food Chair- 
man; Julia Knapp, Treasurer; Brenda Klutz, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. Mildred Derrick, Advisor. 




Presbyterians Emphasize Questioning and Sharing^ 








To provide a setting and atmosphere for studying, questioning, 
doubting, expressing, and sharing the Christian faith is the pur- 
pose of the Westminster Fellowship. Under the guidance of the 
Reverend Bronson Matney, Jr., the group meets weekly for supper 
and a program. Projects for the year include supplying teachers 
for North Greenville Sunday School, visiting migrant worker's 
camp, and attending national and regional conferences. Plans 
are being made for a World Mission Project. Student groups 
discuss moral, political, and social issues. The group strives for 
a student-centered program. 




Seated: Benny Kirkland, First Vice-Moderator; Rev. Bronson Matney, 
Robert Baker, Treasurer. Absent: Don Buie, Moderator; Ginny Martin, 
Second Vice-Moderator; Judy Bryan, Secretary. 



Presbyterian students meet action after challenging the 
Baptist students to a game of volleyball. 




Singing sessions are a favorite part 
of Presbyterian programs. 




Students enjoy a relaxing game of carom at the Methodist Student Center. 



Wesley Foundation Meets Weekly for Supper. 



Representing the Methodist Church 
on campus in conjunction with the resi- 
dential churches of the same faith 
through a program of Christian educa- 
tion with the student, faculty, and staff 
of the college serves as the goal of the 
Wesley Foundation. Each Wednesday 
evening, eighty-five members meet for 
supper and interesting forum discus- 
sions at the Methodist Center. Wesley 
Foundation is open . to all interested 
students and faculty members regardless 
of their denominational ties. 




Seated: John Coon. President. Standing: Berkley Ashby, Second Vice-President; Paulette Key, Re- 
ligious Chairman; Emmett Jones, First Vice-President; Jennifer West, Secretary; Henry Townsend, 
Treasurer. 




Newman Club 

Promotes Interest 

in Catholic Church. 



open to all students on campus, the Newman Club strives 
to promote interest in and understanding of the Catholic Church. 
Each Thursday evening members of the club meet for various 
discussions on such topics as marriage and changes in the church. 
The students enjoyed a festive Thanksgiving party. Students plan 
to participate in the choir at St. Peter's Catholic Church. 



Seated: Virginia Gottschalk, Vice-President. Standing: Shirley Hedman, Secre- 
tary. Absent: Neil Dorsey, President. 




Preparing a meal for the club members is usually harder than it looks. 




Students meet to express their ideas on 
current topics. 




King Youth Enjoys 
Homecoming Banquet 



To promote Christian fellowship among its members and to 
help provide a more Christian attitude among all the students 
are the purposes of the King Youth Fellowship. The fellowship 
is affiliated with the Pentecostal Holiness Church. Under the 
guidance of Dr. James Butler, the forty members meet weekly for 
a program and discussion. Special activities for the year include 
an annual Homecoming Banquet, distribution of religious tracts 
to students, programs in the Pentecostal Holiness Church, and 
an annual spring trip. 



Seated: Don Lee, President; Bobby Smith, Chaplain. Standing: Gay Wil- 
liams, Secretary-Treasurer; Roger Boles, Board Member; Winston Under- 
wood, Vice-President. 



The members of the King Youth Fellow- 
ship enjoy socializing before the meeting. 





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CLUBS 





Time spent outside of class is not all concerned with unacademic matters. 
Many clubs such as the Industrial Arts Club are directly related to a stu- 
dent's major field. These groups of interested students can meet on 
their own time to discuss matters of importance to them without the 
formal influence of class. Other organizations stress service, for example, 
the Circle K Club. The Aquanymphs work toward aquatic perfection and 
give annual performances. 

Most of the groups sponsor goodwill projects for children, especially 
at Christmas. Scholarships are often given to outstanding students in the 
particular field associated with the group. The student looking for friends 
with like interests can find a club to fill his needs. 



S.A.M 366 

N.S.LD 367 

A.C.E 368 

LIBRARY CLUB 369 

INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB 370 

HOME EC. CLUB 377 

NURSES CLUB 372 

MEDICAL CLUB 373 

CIRCLE K CLUB 374 

MATHEMATICS CLUB 376 

YOUNG DEMOCRATS 377 

W.R.A 378 

P. E. CLUB 379 

AQUANYMPHS 380 





Bill Fenstermacher 
Treasurer 

Scott McKinnon 
Secretary 

Don Hanes 

Vice-President 

Lynn Roper 
President 



Management Society Promotes Business Tactics. 



Society for Advancement of Management 
founded on East Carolina campus in 1939: 
boasts 190 clubs in the United States. Mr, 
William Hart and Dr. Donald Rocke coun 
sel SAM. Eligible members must be work 
ing toward a degree and have a sincere 
interest in the art and science of business 
management. Among the awards and schol- 
arships given by SAM are the Performance 
Awards, Hamilton Watch Award, and Presi- 
dential Merit Awards. The SAM Newslet- 
ter and the Advanced Management Journal 
are student publications of the East Caro- 
lina SAM club. Active not only in this 
major field of business, SAM members par- 
ticipate in the annual alumni reception and 
help with festivities for the Homecommg 
Queen. 




Members of SAM examine various grades of tobacco on a visit to a tobacco warehouse. 



Designers Club Promotes Interior Decorating 




Club members enter discussions following lectures during the N.S.I.D. meeting. 



Linda Charlton, President; Nicki Bain. Vice-President; Mary Emma Peele, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer; Gail Padgett, Program Chairman. 




Any student with an interior design major and two years of train- 
ing in art school is qualified to become a member of the National 
Society of Interior Design. Under the leadership of Dr. Wellington 
Gray, this professional fraternity strives to promote interior design 
and to help students prepare for their careers. One scholarship from 
the national organization and one from the local organization are 
awarded to the students for their outstanding work in the field of in- 
terior design. This year Marilyn Miller won the first place local 
scholarship, and Gary Idol received honorable mention from the 
national scholarship committee. 



Dr. Gray listens attentively to the business being discussed. 





Student teachers narrate a story to attentive children 
at Wahl-Coats Elementary School. 



ACE Aids Underprivileged Child. 



Members in the Association for Childhood Education 
work actively to promote desirable conditions, programs, and 
practices for the well-being of children. Dr. Mary Lois Staton 
leads the East Carolina chapter. The 180 members qualify 
for membership by their interest in the education and wel- 
fare of underprivileged children between the ages of two 
and twelve. 

The sale of Mum corsages for Homecoming, a Christmas 
project for a needy child, the convention in New York, and 
a visit to ACE International Headquarters in Washington, 
D.C., were among the scheduled events for this progressive 
organization. Two members were given assistantships from 
the national organization to work at the ACE International 
Headquarters. 





Lynn Abbott, President; Faye Bowman, Vice-President; Shirley Everette, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer; Kay Young, Historian; Dr. Mary L. Staton, Advisor; Glenda 
Jones, Publicity Chairman; Linda Swicegood, Social Chairman; Sarah Peterson, 
Membership Chairman. 



Members discuss the ACE-SNEA Banquet 
which was held prior to Christmas. 



Library Club Encourages Interest in Library. 

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Twenty-five members make up this year's Library 
Club. The club encourages an interest in the East Caro- 
lina library, promotes fellowship among student assist- 
ants, and provides an opportunity for students to hear 
discussions about library problems and interests. Once 
each month members discuss matters of particular in- 
terest to librarians. Projects include National Book 
Week displays and work for Library Week. Library sci- 
ence majors or minors. Library assistants, and anyone 
interested in Library work qualify for membership in the 
club. 




Library Club members meet to discuss projects and goals of the clu 




Bronna Sineath 

Reporter 
Lynn Taylor 

Historian 
Darlene Kirsh 

Secretary- 
Treasurer 
Sue Monfalcone 

Vice-President 
Pat Lurvey 

President 



Industrial Arfs Club Wins With Float. 




Any student with a minor or majo 
in industrial arts is qualified to becom 
a member of the Industrial Arts CIul 
Under the leadership of Mr. H. P. 01 
sen and Mr. W. R. Hoots, the clu 
strives to foster professionalism in in 
dustrial arts and to foster high ideal 
and appreciations in the dignity o 
work. This professional club partic 
pates in homecoming, departmental a 
tivities, and in state and national cor 
ventions. This year the Industrial Arl 
Club float won third place in the Hom( 
coming Parade. 



Indusiri.il Arts flub float captures third place award in Homecoming festivities. 




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William Saunders, President; Leon Waters, Vice-President; Harold Fegan, Treasure 
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Student machinist tools the final touches on his project. 



Starting the 1964 fall quarter with a picnic 
1 honor of the new freshmen, the Home Eco- 
omics Club opened its doors to those students 
iterested in home economics. This professional 
rganization has as its objective the professional 
evelopment of college home economics students. 

The programs and activities planned each year 
re devised to give the student an insight into 
le many careers she might choose. Plans for 
lis year include a Christmas Party for foreign 
:udents, talks on "Home Economics in the 
eace Corps" and "Careers in Home Economics," 
nd the annual banquet with initiation of sen- 
)rs into the American Home Economics Asso- 
iation. 




Club members are given many opportunities to display their talents in entertaining. 



Home Economics Club Honors Freshmen. 




e homecoming float shows the pride in college expansion held by the 
b members. 



Jby Kilpatrick, President; Mary Woodley, Vice-President; Jane Lee, 
retary; Sandra Mercer, Reporter; Keith White, Reporter; Carol Scott 




Varied and interesting programs inform the student nurses of the latest medical techniques. 



Nurses Club Boasts Forty Members. 



George Spann, Vice-President; Carolyn Griffin, Treasurer; Patsy Petaoss, Sec- 
retary; Melba Bryson, Historian; Patricia Weaver, President. 




"The fame is nothing, the duel is everything." This quo- 
tation is the motto of the East Carolina Nurses Association. 
The club achieves its goals by helping the student nurses 
to adjust professionally and socially and to broaden their 
horizons. Any student enrolled in the School of Nursing is 
eligible to become a member of this organization. This year 
members sold Christmas seals as a project. 



Examining X-rays are part of 
the nurse's training. 




Medical Club 
Stimulates 

Appreciation 

of 

Medicine. 



To stimulate interest in the field of medicine and to pro- 
vide a ready source of information for the members are the 
twofold purposes of the Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Club. 
Under the leadership of Mr. J. O. Derrick and Dr. Leland 
Stewart, the ten members meet for various programs in the sci- 
ence field. Any student with above average scholastic achieve- 
ments qualifies as a prospective member. Each year an award 
is given to the member maintaining the highest scholastic 
average. 





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Interesting films and lectures promote a stronger interest in the medical field. 




Seated Jack Barnhill, President. Standing: Eddie Barnes, Vice-President; Bill Sullivan, Secretary; Alan Fearing, Treasurer. 



Circle K Builds Character and Leadership. 




Developing leacJership for tomorrow while creating 
a better college community today is the goal of 
Circle K. Under the guidance of Dr. John O. Rey- 
nolds, the Circle K Club, which came to East Caro- 
lina College in 1948, donates to the Blood Bank, 
aids needy children, and provides ushers for S.G.A. 
presentations. To become a member of this honorary 
organization, a student must possess a C average and 
display outstanding leadership and service capabili- 
ties. This club gives an annual scholarship to an out- 
standing student. 



Members and their dates get acquainted with the children from needy families at a club- 
sponsored party given for the children. 










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Dues must be paid in order to support the functions of the club. 




Three club members look over an integral part of the machinery used in 
automated mathematics. 



Complete mastery of the control center of the 1620 IBM computer is necessary 
to gain maximum efficiency from the machine. 



Computers Add Interest to Mathematics Club. 



Learning to appreciate the wonder and 
greatness of mathematics and to explore the 
recreational side of life are the purposes of 
the Marie D. Graham Mathematics Club. 
A strong interest in mathematics is the only 
qualification for membership. 

The club's yearly civic project is aiding 
a needy family during the Christmas sea- 
son. This group gives an annual award to 
the outstanding senior in mathematics. 
Chosen for the award last year were Calvin 
Owens and Mack Worthington. 




Barbara Rhue, Publicity Chairman; Agnes Edwards, Co-Social Chairman; Dottie Blach, Reporter; 
Bobby Martin, Co-Social Chairman; John Clement, Co-Vice-President; Mr. Frank Saunders, Advisor; 
Rowena Skipper, Co-Vice-President; Raymond Fornes, President. 



Young Democrats Attend Inaugural Festivities. 




One hundred and fifty young Demo- 
crats work to foster an interest in poli- 
tics among students and to support the 
Democratic Party in local, state, and 
national election. Meeting bi-monthly 
in the library auditorium, the Young 
Democrats Club is under the direction 
of Dr. Cathleen Stokes. Twelve stu- 
dents attended President Johnson's In- 
auguration. Two very active politicians 
on East Carolina College campus have 
been elected to distinguished offices. 
Elected to secretary of the North Caro- 
lina Federation of College Young 
Democrats is Luanne Kaylor, a sopho- 
more. Jim Farmer, a senior, was elected 
secretary of the State Young Democrats 
Club. 



Young Democrats discuss plans for future projects and campaigns. 



Seated: Wayne Clark, President; Standing: Delores Lee, 
Corresponding Secretary; Carrie Tyson, Secretary; Mike Mc- 
Shane, Vice-President. 





The Young Democrats campaigned actively for the 
Democratic nominees during the fall election. 




Straight from Greenwich Village, these W.R.A. members participate in a program on Stunt XikIi 



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tional Association strives to promote recreation and enjoyment 
of physical education skills. Volleyball, basketball, and softball 
are among the many intramural sports sponsored by the club. 
Every woman student is automatically a member. Each year plaques 
are presented to individuals, to dormitories, and sororities. 




Seated: Jeanne Farabow, Vice-President; Standing: Carolyn Roguson, 
Secretary; Cassandra Cozirt, Treasurer; Miss Ellen Eason, Advisor. 
Absent: Nancy Langdon, President. 



Members of the club enjoy athletic related games and stunts as part of 
the club activities. 



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P.E. Club Sponsors 
"All Sports Night" 



Members of the Physical Education Majors Club strive to 
promote the ideals and ethics of their profession. Under 
the guidance of Dr. Glen Reeder and Dr. Nell Stallings, the 
members assist in sports clinics for high schools and sponsor 
the "All Sports Night" for their fellow students. This special 
night is for students to display their ability in performing 
various stunts and games. Students are given the duty of 
leading the quarterly departmental meetings. This organiza- 
tion received an honor when Randy Fridley was elected state 
president of the Physical Education Major Section. 



Coach Stasavich discusses with students aspects of physical education. 




Aquanymphs Enter Inter- 
Collegiate Competition. 



To swim front and back crawl, breast and side stroke, and to float 
are the only qualifications for membership for the Aquanymphs. Under 
the direction of Mrs. Gay Blocker, approximately twenty-five ,girls meet 
each Monday night for practice in synchronized swimming. This year the 
Aquanymphs presented a Christmas and Spring Water Show. Last spring 
quarter the Aquanymphs partic'ipated in the A.A.U. meet at Converse 
College, Spartanburg, South Carolina. 




Becky Bridges, President. 





Peggy Janes, Secrelary-Treasuier; 
Martha Jo Chambers, Vice-Presidenl. 




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AQUABATICS — Two agih; aquanymphs perform one 
of their precision balancing acts. 





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Whether social, honorary, or ser\'ice, the fraternal atmosphere builds 
scholarship and civic duty among student members. There are presently 
nine fraternities, eight sororities, one colony and seventeen honorary and 
service organizations on campus. Annual projects of community ser\'ice 
include Christmas parties for needy children and scholarships to deserving 
students. The assets derived from Greek Orders are many: learning to get 
along with others in the closeness of a house, realizing the advantage of num- 
bers in getting good entertainment, and building life long friendships. Each 
organization contributes by its activities in such fields as the Student Tutor- 
ing Society and collecting to aid a number of philanthropic projects. 



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INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL . . . 




Seateti: Paul Hersh, Hume: Chadwkk, Terrj' Trexler, Tim Bagwell, Bob Kaylor, Mark Meltzer, Chip Cox. Standing, 
Row 1: Bill Shands, Freo Webster, Bobby Childress, John Mumford, Ken Martin, Bill Clark, C. V. Healy, Willard 
Batts, Bob Bird, Phil Dean. Standing, Row 2: Lou Larson, Buddy Williams, Tom Reber, Gary Silverstein, Joe Parks, 
John Guy, Earl Anderson, John Wade. 



Plans "Wildcat" Rush. 




Inter-Fraternity Council is the governing organization 
of the fraternities on campus. The council is composed 
of the president of each fraternity and two additional 
representatives. 

I.F.C. stages annual Greek Week, during which the fra- 
ternities compete in skit night and sports. To climax 
a week of fun, I.F.C. sponsors a dance. At this time 
the Greek Week Queen is crowned and the competition 
winners are announced. 



I.F.C. President and Dean of Men listen to plans for Wildcat Rush. Under open 
rush rules, men may be pledged at any interval of this period. 



President Bob James 

Vice-President Ben Sutton 

Secretary Sam Keel 

Treasurer Carl Carlberg 




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Lambda Chis present skit during Greek Week. 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL . . . 



The governing body of the eight sororities on campus 
is the Panhellenic Council. Two representatives from each 
sorority compose this council. 

Preparations for Formal Rush Week which is under 
the direction of the Panhellenic Council begin early in 
the fall. The open house and convocation serve to ac- 
quaint the prospective rushees with each sorority. 




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Panhellenic President introduces speaker, the Dean of Women, at Sorority 
Convocation. 



President Jane Mewborn 

Vice-President _. Carolyn Barnes 

Secretary Patricia Rouse 

Treasurer Leslie Kent 



Sorority presidents speak at convocation to acquaint perspective rushees with 
their group. 



Sponsors Open House and Convocation. 




Seated: Marilyn Timberlake, Leslie Kent, Patricia Rouse, Kay Crawford, Dean Ruth White, Jane Mewborn, Martha 
Thompson, Bobbie Riddick, Judy Taylor. Standing: Peggy Garrett, Ann Stephens, Nancy Wilson, Linda Doub, 
Carolyn Barnes, Dee Watkins, Martha Coursey, Sandra Davis, Ometa Brown. 



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Berman, Jeffrey Brodsky, Barry 



Gilbert, Mark Goldfarb, Marty 



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Vigorous reception helps keep the brothers of AEPi in good physical condition. 



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Kallman, Ronnie 



Lewis, Jeff 



Marks, Howard 



Weinstein, Gary 



Occupies New House. 



Epsilon Kappa Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi was found- 
ed locally in I960 to promote brotherhood and to 
prepare members to take an active part in American 
life. New York University was the site of the national 
founding in 1913. Members participate in campus ac- 
tivities and charity work in Greenville. The Epsilon 
Kappa Chapter along with the approximately ninety 
chapters of AEPi located across the United States take 
pride in their colors of blue and gold. 




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KAPPA ALPHA . . . 




To live up to the tradition of the South and Robert E. 
Lee was the purpose for the founding of the Kappa 
Alpha Order following the War Between the States. In 
the Southern tradition, the KA's annually grow beards 
in conjunction with Old South weekend. Fraternity 
flowers are the magnolia and the redrose. 

The Gamma Rho chapter came to the campus in 1958. 
Since then the brothers have staged annual train rob- 
beries for the Security Life Insurance Company. The KA's 
actively participate in the Bloodmobile Drive on cam- 
pus and give parties for underprivileged children. 



Phil Dean, President; Joe Pegram, Vice-President; Steve Watson, Secretary; and 
David Joyner, Treasurer. 



Dedicates 




KA's chat %vith rushees in front of the Stars and Bars. 




Abbey, Sim 
Bartley, Steve 
Bartos, Mike 
Carpenter, Ran 



GAMMA RHO 



New Home. 



Johnston, Robert 
Johnston, William 
Kennington, Samuel 
Lorraine, William 
Matthews, John 



Medford, Jerry 
Munford, John 
Nicholson, Nick 
Patterson, Ronnie 
Quinn, Michael 



Roberts, Irwin 
Ryon, Thomas 
Skiles, Bud 
Springle, Len 
Stroud, Mitch 




Tolley, Jerry 
VanNortwick-, George 
Webb, Ben 
Williams, Jerry 




LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 





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Bell, Lawerence 
Secretary 



With approximately seventy-five active members, Lambda 
Chi Alpha is the largest fraternity on the East Carolina 
campus. "Every man a man" is the goal of Lambda Chi, and 
the spirit of Christian brotherhood in an academic and 
social environment is its aim. Iota Upsilon chapter is ranked 
second in scholarship on the national level in competition with 
the more that 125 other chapters of Lambda Chi. Recently 
the brothers sponsored a sOrority field. They also gained pub- 
licity by pushing a bathtub to Raleigh in order to raise funds 
for a freshman scholarship. 



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Anderson, Earl 
Arniotes, Robert 
Austin, Kenneth 



Branyon, John 
Braswell, Curtis 



Cox, Norman Joseph 



Davis, J. B. 
Douglas, Keith 
Franklin, Ben 
Frankhn, James 
Goforth, Lynn 
Goodman, Robert 






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Gross, Nicky 
Har\-ey, Jim 
Healy, C. V. 
Holmes, Jim 



Humphrey, Charles 
Jarvis, OIlie 
Killebrew, James 
Martin, Chip 
McGraw, Ed 
McPherson, Dallas 



Mitchell, Jerry 
Moore, C. G. 
Olsen, Edwin 
Rasor, Brooks 
Ricks, Etaringe 
Riddick, Charlie 



Robertson, Charles 
Shannon, Rick 
Sharpe, Freddy 
Sutton, Ben 
Teachy, Grady 
Timberlake, Otis 



Tugwell, Wilson 
Walton, Ed 
Ward, Doug 
Ward, Emmett 
Willoughby, Jayde 
Wishart, Johnny 










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Lambda Chis take first place in the 
fraternitv division of the Alpha Xi 
Delta All-Sing. 




Lambda Chis homecoming float wins 1st place in the fraternity division. 



PHI KAPPA TAU . . 




Phi Tail hrnthers chastise members who were caught breaking the rules of "Women Hater Week.' 



Stages "Women Hater Week". 




Bates, Fred 
Bell. John 
Daniels, Henry 
Daughtf)', Ronnie 
Dildr, Tom 



Stressing the innate worth of the individual and 
democratic organization, the Gamma Eta chapter 
of Phi Kappa Tau was founded in 196I. The Phi 
Taus serve as ushers for all home games during 
both football and basketball seasons. This year 
the Phi Taus initiated, as an annual event preceding 
Homecoming Weekend, "Women Hater Week." 
During this time the brothers and pledges were for- 
bidden to shave or to communicate with women ex- 
cept on business. As a climax to the eventful week, 
brothers found guilty of breaking the rules were 
caged on the mall for an hour. 




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Kimsey, Jim 



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Greene, Eddie 




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Moore, Bill 
Moss, Jim 
Patrick, George 
Raynor, David 








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Sherwood, Eddie 
Separk, Al 
Stowe, Art 
Stringer, Mike 



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5' Wallace, Henry 

Washko, Bob 
Welton, Marvin 
Winstead, Jim 



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EPSILON MU 



Ninety years after the national founding of Pi Kappa 
Alpha fraternity at the University of Virginia in 1868, the 
Epsilon Mu chapter was chartered on the East Carolina 
College campus. The PiKA brothers have been the first to 
do several things on campus. They were the first fraternity 
to be housed and the first winner of Greek Week. This year 
PiKA won first place in fraternity house decorations during 
Homecoming Weekend. The brothers also participate in the 
annual Cancer Drive. 



Belts, Tom 
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Edwards, Jerry Elliot, Brice Equila, Jim Goodwin, Buddy 



Hagerty, Guy 
Johnson, Ashley 
Kelly, Robert, Jr. 
Marchant, Melvin 
Oyler, Dave 



Reber, Thomas 
Schmidt, Gene 
Stonestreet, John 
Sullivan, Bill 
Trogdon, Wayne 



Wins Wifh 





House Decoration. 



iKAs win 1st place fraternity house decorations with 
cover. 




PiKAs enjoy the sixth annual Concert by the Sea. 



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Cameron, Everett 
Warden 



Mitchell, Eddie 
Treasurer 



Fearing, Alan 
Secretary 



Childress, Bobby 
President 



Most recently chartered on campus is Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. 
The Beta Phi chapter was founded in 1963. The Pi Kapps have 
since been active in the fraternity league of intramural sports. 
The brothers have been especially active in swimming, tennis, and 
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College, to encourage excellence in scholarship, and to promote 
fellowship and mutual trust among its members. The Beta Phi 
chapter has been the recipient of the Master Chapter Award pre- 
sented by national Pi Kappa Phi. 

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Brock, Charles 



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Butler. Charles King 
Chesson, Chip 
Collins. Jack 
Cotten, Jack 
Crews, Charles 
Dail, Jimmy 



Darden, Carl 
Davis, Mack 
DiCamillo, Lewis 
Elliott, Philip 
Falabella, Michael 
Finch, Ralph 



Frj'e. Dan 
Gaffney, John 
Holt, Michael 
Johnston, Frank 
Knoch, David 
Langley, Frankie 



McLamb, Bruce 



McLawhorn, David 
Miller, Gary 
Oldham, Charles 
Phifer, Larry 
Ramseur, Mack 
Resseguie, George 



Rice, Jim 
Roper, Lynn 
Scott, Richard 
Styron, George 
Thompson, John 
Wayman, Jeffrey 



Webster, Freo 
Wiegner, George 
Williams, Doug 
Williams, John 
Woodrow, Bob 
Wohlnick, Charles 






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BETA PHI 



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Vice-President 





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Smith, Stewart 
Treasurer 



Leonard, Steve 
Recording Secretary 



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Apple, James 
Baker, Thomas 
Barrett, John 
Bennett, Alvin 
Booker, John 
Bost, Walter 



Cator, Marshall 
Chandler, John 
Clark, Ray 
Clonint;er, Jerry 
Cockman, Eddie 
Collier, Richard 



Connelly, John 
Dickerson, Skippy 
Eager, Ed 
Gaines, Warren 
Hailey, Ben 
Hale, Richard 



Herring, Richard 
Higgins, Ralph 
James, Robert 
kaleel, Stephen 
Kidd, Tom 
Koster, John 



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To inculcate honor and mutually to benefit members, the Eta 
Beta chapter of Sigma Nu fraternity was chartered in 1959. Na- 
tionally the fraternity was founded on New Year's Day, 1869. 
The brothers at East Carolina annually present the Sigma Nu In- 
centive Award to the salutorian and valedictorian of the high 
schools in the surrounding area. This social fraternity has spread 
its purposes to approximately 140 college campuses across the 
nation. The colors of white, black, and gold have been selected 
by Sigma Nu. 



the Summer Theater. 



In conjunction with a local radio station, Sigma Nus help raise 
funds for the summer theater. 



Stanton, Jim 
Stokes, Fred 
Stott, Drayton 
Stroupe, Butch 
Swain, Stephen 



Tayloe, Dickie 
Trexler, Terrell 
Tyndall, John 
Weaver, James 
Worthington, Michael 




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Alired, Bob 
Bird. Robert 
Blumer, Bill 
Browber, Skip 
Davis, Thomas 



Fitzgerald, John 
Fochler, Ronnie 
Ford, Tony 
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Vermillion, Hunter 
Walsh, John 
Willis, John 
Zeblev, Frederick 




Brotherhood, character, leadership, and scholarship are ideals 
of the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. The North 
Caroh'na Kappa chapter has been awarded the East Carolina 
Scholarship Cup for having the highest scholastic average among 
the fraternities on campus. Founded nationally in 1901 at Rich- 
mond College, the Sig-Eps came to East Carolina about sixty 
years later. Their colors are purple and red. The pin worn by 
all initiates is the heart with skull and cross bones affixed. 



NORTH CAROLINA KAPPA 



Highest Scholarship. 




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THETA CHI . . . 



"Alma Mater first, and Theta Chi for Alma Mater" is the 
motto of Theta Chi social fraternity. The Board of Trustees 
recognized the outstanding service of Epsilon Iota by present- 
ing the chapter with the Service Award. In 1856 Theta Chi 
was founded nationally, and at that time the colors of military 
red and white were chosen. At East Carolina, Theta Chi was 
chartered in 1958. 




EPSILON IOTA 



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Alexander, Dave 
Avery, Harry 
Baldwin. Harry 



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Holt, Larry 
Jaffe, Robert 
Kerlin, Robert 



Beasley, Ben 
Bennett, Brian 
Bost, Lee 
Brown, Mike 
Cheshire, William 



Conrad, David 
Cromartie, Jimmy 
Feddeman, William 
Fitzpatrick, Jack 
Foster, Dean 



Larson, Lou 
Liberti, Pete 
Mitchell. Woody 
Mizell, Arlen 
Nelms, Chandler 



Norman, William 
O'Brien, James 
O'Hanlon, Edward 
Phillips, Lynn 
Powell, Gary 



Robards, Jimmy 
Rice, James Glenn 
Schiavone, Joseph 
Stephens, Berk 
Sutton, John 




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President of Theta Chi is presented the Greek Week trophy for the 
fraternity judged the most outstanding during the Week. 



Seated: Bill Clark, President. Standing: Larry Boyte, Treas- 
urer; Bill Hunt, Vice-President; Tim Bagwell, Secretary. 



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ADPis entertain visitor from their national headquarters at tea. 



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Cox, Connie 
Cox, Marion 
Daley, Joan 
Ervin, Lucy 



Ewell, Grace 
Harrell, Judy 
Helms, Jane 
Hodges, Katherine 
Holt, Cynthia 



Alpha Delta Pi, the oldest secret society for women, has 
as its open motto, "We live for each other." This motto is 
exemplified by the clasped hands of friendship on the dia- 
mond-shaped badge worn by all initiates. 

The Delta Omicron chapter, founded in I960, helps with 
the annual Easter Seal Campaign. Last fall the sisters con- 
ducted a door-to-door campaign to raise funds for the sum- 
mer theater. Another project of this chapter is the collection 
of clothing for the O'Berry School in Goldsboro. 




DELTA OMICRON 



Kent, Lesley 
Leonard, Dee Dee 
Lewis, Peggy 
Martin, Karen 
Miller, Carolyn 



Morel, Toni 
Saldin, Carole 
Sharpe, Susan 
Spencer, Jane 
Stowe, Donna 



Taylor, Faye 
Thayer, Carolyn 
Timberlake, Marilyn 
Tolson, June 
Vance, Rose 



White, Carole 



Womble, Louise 



Yopp, Sally 
Zepul, Anita 



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Beasley, Patsy 
Berg, Judith 
Bradberry, Vicki 
Brown, Ometa Allie 



Byrd, Judith 
Casey, Kay 
Coble, Mary 
Cole, Susie 
Cole, Nfargaret 



Gay, Anne 
Gentry, Mary An 
Gleason, Judith 



Friendship ser\es as a useful bond for sisters of Zeta Psi 
chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi. Founded in 1897, the sorority 
welcomed the addition of Zeta Psi chapter in I960. Sisters take 
part in community sen'ice through providing periodical parties 
for the children of the Salvation Army. This year their campus 
activities were highlighted by copping first place honors in the 
sorority division of the Homecoming float entries and sharing 
first place honors in their division of the All-Sing. 




ZETA PSI 



Places First 




Hard work pays off for AOPi with the capture of 1st place float trophy. 



Hudson, Catherine 
Johnson, Brenda 
Johnson, Diane 
Johnson, Euleta 
Johnson, Melonie 



Kirsch, Darlene 
Lampley, Kay 
Ley, Harriet 
Perkins, Ann 
Smith, Carole 



Stephens, Ann 
Stocks, Brenda 
Tart, Patty 
Watson, Lynn 
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Freeman, Nancy 
President 




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Rouse, Sue Neil 
Recording Secretary 



Billings, Charlyn 
Treasurer 



Developing the highest t)-pe of womanhood as exemplified 
by character, conduct, and culture serves as the goal for 
which Alpha Phi has been striving since it was founded in 
1872. This purpose served as a basis for the founding of 
Delta Alpha Chapter in I960. The "Phis" assist with the an- 
nual Heart Fund Drive through their work on Cardiac Day. 
On campus the sisters have been awarded many trophies in 
intramural sports. 



Allen, Jean 

Emma Lynn 
Charles, Betsy 
Colwell, Brenda 




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Coston, Angel 
Crenshaw, Ann 
Davis, Sandra 
Eason, Bobbie 
Elias, Gloria 



Fairless, Brenda 
Garrett, Peggy 
Gentry, Linda 
Gibson, Penny 
Gupton, Fran 



Gutyar, Frances 
Hall, Faye 
Harris, Andrea 
Harris, Cathy 
Jones, Marion 



Justus, Suzanne 
Lambeth, Doris 

Lasley, Peggy 
Lowry, Annette 
Maddox, Bobbi 



Madrin, Maggie 
Mitchell, Luray 
Morgan, Donna 
Morris, Gayle 
Morris, Shelia 



Neely, Pat 
Poole, Eleanor 
Powell, Joan 
Sauerbier, Rosemary 
Swinson, Barbara 



Thompson, Lynda 
Tucker, Libby 
Waddill, Sandee 
Wall, Malinda 
White, Keith 



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Volleyball champs, the Phis display their winning form in 
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Armstrong, Linda 
Arnold, Johnette 
Avery, Nancy 
Baldwin, Vicki 



Byrd, Hazel 
Campbell, Pat 
Chance, Linda 
Cross, Carol 
Doub, Linda 



Foster, B. J. 
GaskiU, Mary Ella 
Jennings, Linda 
Jones, Linda 
Klingman, Glenda 





Trader, Barbara Taylor, Judy 

President Vice-President 





Skipper, Rowena 
Treasurer 
Williams, Jane 
Recording Secretary 




Acquires New Home. 



GAMMA PHI 



Gamma Phi chapter of Alpha Xi Delta, the first national 
sorority on the East Carolina campus, was formerly Delta Chi 
Delta. The girls of blue and gold seek to cultivate friend- 
ship and a high sense of personal honor. 

Alpha Xis stage the annual campus-wide All-Sing. As 
for honors, the local chapter placed two members in Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. 




Langdon, Barbara 
Love, Lynda 
Marmorato, Ann 
Pascal, Stephanie 
Patelos, Bunny 



Pollard, Dell 
Pope, Frances 
Presser, Lena 
Rhue, Barbara 
Shaver, Teresa 



Taylor, Lynn 
Vaughn, Gayle 
Vick, Ann 
Vogler, Beckl 
Williams, Frances 






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Bain. Nicki 
Biesecker, Ronda 



Bissette, Donna 
Campen, Ida 
Gates, Margaret 



Caviness, Betty 
Cooper, Mary 
Daniel, Gayle 



Denton, Sandee 
Driggers, Judy 
Ferrell, Lennis 




Crowell, Brenda 
President 







Home, Ann 
Vice-President 



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Secretary 



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Treasurer 



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Forbes, Judy 
Furman, Gae 
Houston, Penny 
Koontz, Sue 
Leonard, Sandra 



Marine, Leslie 
McGowan, Carole 
McRae, Jane 
Melcher, Pat 
Mewborn, Jane 



Michael, Gregory 
Oliver, Joyce 
Orr, Celia 
Page. Judy 
Robbins, Lynda 



Rooker, Amy 
Root, Melissa 
Smith, Gail 
Smith, Vivian 
Watkins, Dee 





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Chi Omega social sorority has carried, since its beginning in 
1895, its icleals of friendship and scholarship to 137 cam- 
puses throughout the land. The sorority insignia is the owl, 
which pervades the publication, "Hoot-Hoot," and periodic 
get-togethers of the Rho Zeta chapter, "Owl Hoots." 

Among recent honors are Queen of the 1965 Buccmieer 
and the first runner-up, Inter-Fraternity Council Queen, 
and Kappa Alpha Rose. The Chi O's took first place in 
Lambda Chi Alpha's sorority field day, and it is still being 
debated whether or not the Kappa Alphas were being gentle- 
men when the Chi O's defeated them in Softball. 



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DELTA ZETA . . . 







Warren, Linda 
Treasurer 



Hart, Eleanor 
Vice-President 



Brown, Maxine 
President 



Pursuit of knowledge, promotion of social and moral cul- 
ture, and the development of plans for guidance and unity 
in action were the reasons for the founding of Zeta Lambda 
chapter of Delta Zeta sorority in I960. 

This chapter's contributions to the East Carolina campus 
include participation in the Blood Mobile, Cancer, and 
UNICEF Drives. The DZ's proudly speak of their achieve- 
ments; such as, third place homecoming float and sweethearts 
of Phi Kappa Tau, Pi Kappa Phi, and Sigma Phi Epsilon 
fraternities. Certainly the Golden Lamp of Delta Zeta shines 
brightly on this campus. 




ZEJA LAMBDA 




The DZ float, toasting East Carolina, wins third place in sorority division of float competition. 



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Barnes, Carolyn 
Bass, Sandra 
Bell, Jean 
Chandler, Judy 
Cherry, Janet 



Coursey, Martha 
Cox, Linda 
Deal, Madeline 
Efird, Jean 



Evans, Linda 
Herring, Jo 
Hodge, Pam 
Kelly,' Frances 
Loehr, Judie 



Robbins, Judy 
Sawyer, Katherine 
Smith, Margaret 
Stapleford, Rena 
Stephenson, Jane 



Stewart, Billi 
Stocks, Peggy 
Stutts, Mary Alii 
Swindell, Thelm 
Taylor, Ginger 



Tedder, Nancy 
White, Karen 
Williams, Joan 
Williams, Laura 
Willis, Jonibel 





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Miller, Linda 
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Hunning, Linda Cameron, Betsy 

President Vice-President 



Millikan, Nancy 
Secretary 



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Howell, Judith 
Hunning, Gayle 
Lox, Kim 

McKenzie, Elizabeth 
Nixon, Annie 



Oakley, Carolyn 
O'Tuel, Carolyn 
Robbins, Phyllis 
Rouse, Patricia 
Rowland, Mary 




With colors of green and white, Kappa Delta sorority 
came to East Carolina in I960 as the Gamma Sigma chapter. 
The purpose of the sorority, "To strive for that which is 
honorable, beautiful, and highest," is exemplified in the at- 
tainment of the highest scholastic average among sororities 
for eleven of the last thirteen quarters. The KD's give an 
annual outstanding senior woman award, as well as an 
orthopedic award which is a donation for research. Their 
local philanthropy is assistance to the Cripple Children's Hos- 
pital in Richmond, Virginia. 



GAMMA SlGhAA 




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KD's chat with visitors during their open house. 



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Moore, Linda 
Morris, Ann 




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Abernathy, Jane 
Arnold, Patricia 
Avera, Margaret 
Bentley, Janice 
Christopher, Lina 
Dalton, Pam 



Edison, Emily 
Fowler, Martha 
Glazier, Linda 
Gray, Judd 
Green, Lisa 
Hall, Pam 



Hargett, Kay 
Holt, Cornelia 
Howett, Kathryn 
Johnson, Brenda 
Killian, Linda 
Melton, Ginger 



Takes Top Honor . 





GAMMA BETA 



Sigmas' decorations displaying the new cut sys 
place in sorority division. 



Gamma Beta chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma 
came down from the neighboring state of Virginia 
in i960. The Sigmas established an organization for 
a perpetual bond of friendship and the development 
of womanly character. The members of the Gamma 
Beta chapter are women of habit. For the last 
three years a sister has been "Miss Greenville;" in 
the last six years the sorority has taken top honors 
in the Alpha Xi Delta All-Sing five times. Of 
interest to North Carolina residents is that the 
Children's Room and Isolation Wing of Memorial 
Hospital in Chapel Hill were provided by the ap- 
proximately sixty chapters of Tri-Sigma. 






Waters, Pam 
Vice-President 




Sigmon, Joyce Charlton, Linda 

Secretary Treasurer 



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Sigma pledges entertain pledges from other sororities at tea. 



Mumford, Ginny 
Okerstrom, Nancy 
Paul, Pat 
Redfern, Carrleeta 
Riddick, Bobbie 
Skinner, Cherry 



Skinner, Mary 
Smoot, Cate 
Spencer, Fay 
Thompson, Martha 
Walker, Cheryl 
Ward, Bonnie 





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West, Nancy 
Wood, Phyllis 
Woodfin, Sandy 




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Treasurer 




Quifilivan, Mike 
Recording Secretary 




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Historian 




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President Bill McDuffie presents trophy to White Ball Queen, Gloria White. 



Mcintosh, Van 
Michael, Paul 
Ritter, Alan 
Smith, Richard 
Strickland, John 





Swinson, Allen 
Thigpen, Sloan 
Turner, Henry 
Whitfield, Willard 




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Kappa Upsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Omega was chartered 
on the East Carolina campus in January, 1953. National 
APO was founded as a service fraternity in 1925 to as- 
semble college men in the fellowship of the scout oath and 
law, to develop friendship, and to promote service to 
humanity. 

An exemplification of these purposes is the participation 
of the local brothers in the Christmas Seal Drive. Brothers 
also sponsor the annual White Ball, the proceeds of which 
are donated to the March of Dimes. The brothers serve as 
judges for the scout camporees in the surrounding area. 



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Allen, Margaret 
Barefoot, Jim 
Beatty, Richard 
Bryan, Judy 
Creech, Minnie 



Croom, Ann 
Durland, Donald 
Eason, Bobbie 
Garrett, Faye 
Gaster, Archie 



Goins, Mike 
Gordley, Marilyn 
Gordley, Tran 
Gray, Dr. Welhngton 
Henry, Ed 



Alpha Phi chapter of Delta Phi Delta honorary art fra- 
ternity was chartered on the East Carolina campus in I960. 
The national fraternity, now constituted of thirty-eight 
chapters, was founded in 1912. Delta Phi Delta has at its 
foundation three purposes: to promote art interests among 
si:udents, to stimulate higher scholarship, and to recognize 
potential professional ability. Alpha Phi chapter sponsors 
art exhibits and sales in the college union. 

Vresideut Henry Harsch 

Vice-President Jeanette Shirley 

Recording Secretary Millie Carraway 

Treasurer Ed Henry 



Chris is having a hard time with the peg board. 




Miller, Marilyn 
O'Cain, Georgia 
Padgett, Gail 
Schwencke, Chris 
Shirley, Jeanette 



Speight, Dr. Francis 
Stewart, Billie 




Hanging a show takes time, pre-planning and advice from others. 



Care is taken to make all the necessary adjustments. 






DELTA SIGMA PI . . . 




President William Raynor 

Vice-President Daniel Griffin 

Secretary Nile Dail 

Treasurer Richard Holbert 



Although a professional fraternity, Delta Sigs enjoy their private chapter 
room. 



Delta Zeta chapter of the International Fraternity of 
Delta Sigma Pi, founded in May 1955, seeks to promote 
a closer affiliation between the commercial world and the 
students of commerce. Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fra- 
ternity for male students in the School of Business. 

The local brothers sponsor an annual Christmas party for 
underprivileged children in Greenville. The Delta Sigs 
host the Annual Eastern Typing Contest. 



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Collins, William 
Coward, Jan 
Driver, Charles 
Duckworth, William 



Embler, Joe 
Entzminger, Charles 



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Fetner, Jack 
James, Larry 
Kuhns, Ronald 



iM.irtin, Joseph 
Moore, Eugene 



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President Richard Worthington 

Vice-President Rusty Whitehurst 

Secretary John Patterson 

Treasm-er William Collins 



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Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, honorary music fraternity, was 
founded in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1898. Zeta Psi chap- 
ter was founded at East Carolina College in 1955, to foster 
the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music. 
Other purposes of the fraternity are to advance the cause 
of music in America, to develop true fraternal spirit among 
its members, and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. The 
Sinfonians sponsor an award at the Contemporary Music 
Festival and give a full tuition scholarship to a freshman 
music major. 





Phi Mu Alphas stop for an informal session. 



Sweetheart of Phi Mu Alpha, Theresa Wilson represents the fraternity 
in various campus competitions. 



Stevens, Wayne 
Stroud, Thomas 
Stuckey, Rufus 
Whitehurst, Rusty 
Worthington, Richard 



Norris, Perry 
Peterson, Joe 
Pope, Paul 
Schrum, Paul 



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Barker, Woody 
Cook, Jim 
Copple, Carl 



Crippen, Gil 
Elmore, Dick 
Fornes, Raymond 



Howard, Walter 
Jenkins, Charles 



Tau chapter of Phi Sigma Pi, the oldest honorary frater- 
nity on the East Carohna campus, was founded in 1936 to 
further the causes of learning by combining the qualities of 
scholarship, fellowship, and leadership and to bring together 
outstanding students. Nationally the fraternity was founded 



in Missouri in 1916. Phi Sigma Pi, which is open only to 
male students with outstanding scholastic averages, presents 
an annual award to the outstanding male senior. Brothers 
also present Service Key Awards to outstanding members of 
the fraternity. 




Now Dr. Todd, if you will, I'd like to go over this 
program before we get started. 




Phi Sigma Pi brothers hold dinner meetings at regular intervals. 

President Raymond Fornes 

Vice-President Herb Williams 

Secretary Garland Askew 

Treasurer Gil Crippen 



Jones, Lewis 
Joyner, Kenny 
Lanier, Bill 




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Pratt, Charles 



Puryear, Frank 
Sanders, Hargett 
Scarlett, Jim 



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PI OMEGA PI . . 




Pi Omega Pi, honorary fraternity for business edu- 
cation majors, was founded in 1923 to create a fellow 
ship among teachers of business. The fraternity seeks to 
promote scholarship, civic betterment, high ethical stan- 
ards, and service as the basis of all worthy enterprise. 
The Beta Kappa chapter participates annually in the 
Northeast Regional Typewriting Contest. The publica 
tions of the fraternity are the Betii Kappa Neirs and Du, 
U Know That, a monthly newsletter to its members. 



Members reminisce about chapter activities. 



President Kay Price 

Vice-President Gayle Strickland 

Secretary Hilda Lane 

Treasurer Pat Galloway 




Advisors thumb through the chapter scrapbuuk. 




Alderson, Jo Carol 
Brinkley, Linda 
Chisholm, Hilda 
Crisp, Linda 
FlovN'ers, Brenda 



Galloway, Pat 
Glisson, Milton 
Glover, Mary- 
Hopkins, Judith 
Jackson, Bruce 



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Johnson, Joe 
Johnson, Judith 
Joyner, Judith 
Lane, Hilda 
Martin, Diane 



Price, Anna 
Robertson, Ho 
Spruill, Judy 
Strickland, Gayli 
Trader, Barbara 




Minibers of Pi Omega Pi sell candy to raise funds for pr 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA . 




President Carolyn England 

Vice-President Bette Jo Gaskins 

Secretary Nancy Calloway 

Treasurer Evelyn Darden 



We can play instruments as well as sing. 



To form chapters of music students and musicians who 
shall by their influence and their musical interest uphold 
the highest ideals of a musical education is the purpose 
of Sigma Alpha Iota professional music fraternity for 
women. Nationally, SAI was founded in 1903; the Beta Psi 
chapter was chartered in 1955. The sisters of SAI have 
captured first place honors in the Alpha Xi Delta All- 
Sing's professional division for the last two years. The fra- 
ternity publishes a quarterly journal, Panpipes, which devotes 
one issue per year to American music. 




Carter, Elinor 
Charuhas, Helen 
Darden, Evelyn 
Belong, Margaret 
England, Carolyn 



Honeycutt, Carol 
Jacobs, Brenda 
Johnson, Judy 
Pearce, Carol 
Rosser, Claire 



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Shipp, Jenny 
Tunnell, Ginger 
Witter, Linda 



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Alligood, Jane 
Ambrose, Ravonda 
■K'.kew, Garland 
Becht, Sue 
Browning, Carol 



Cozart, Cassandra 
Cravotta, Julie 
Crippen, Gil 
Duncan, Wanda 
Hedman, Shirley 




Tutoring Society members pause during a planning session. 





Sigma Tau Sigma student tutoring society was established 
3n the East Carolina campus in 1963 to provide free instruc- 
:ional help to students having academic difficulties. The Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania was the site of the national founding 
n 1954. The purposes of the society are to stimulate interest 
n the teaching profession and to contribute to the intellectual 
itmosphere and scholarship of the college. 



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What is the meaning of this verse? 



Perry, Peggy 
Pridgen, Carol 
Rosental, Marita 



Sineath, Bronna 
Ward, Bobby 
Wells, Kelly 
Williams, Herb 
Williams, Maym, 



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CHI BETA PHI . . . 




Merritt. James 
Olive, Eliza 
Owens, Dalton 



Fussell, Kenny 
Harris, Nanqf 
Hyle, Roy 
Killian, Linda 
Mayo, Clayton 
Mclntyre, Elaine 



Chi Beta Phi honorary scientific fraternity was founded 
nationally in I916 "to promote interest in science and to 
give recognition to scholarly attainment in science." Alpha 
Gamma chapter, founded in 1953, was host to the National 
Convention in 1964. 

Chi Beta Phi is open to students in the science, mathe- 
matics, and psychology departments. The fraternity publishes 
a scientific journal of reports, research, announcements, and 
scientific papers of interest to persons in these fields. 




Officers chat with Dr. Clifford Knight prior to meeting. 





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Padgett, Aaron 
Parker. Gerald 
Parnell, Judith 
Ridge, Joan 
Sanford, Bert 
Skipper, Judith 



Sullivan, Judy 
Trader, Barbara 
Ward, Bobby 
Williams, Herb 
Williams, Jerry 
Williams, Shirley 



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Bing, Dr. Kenneth 
Buntinq, Norman 
Casperi^ William 
Davis, Ronnie 
Haigwood, Dr. Thomas 





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Ivey, Larry 

Kelsey, Dr. Clarence 





Beta Mu chapter, chartered in 1963, is one of seventy- 
two chapters of Epsilon Pi Tau. Epsilon Pi Tau is the 
international honorary professional fraternity for majors 
in industrial arts and industrial vocational education. 
The fraternity had its beginning in Ohio in 1929. 
Epsilon Pi Tau seeks to perpetuate skill, poise, research, 
and professional prestige. 



Members learn to keep the shop orderly. 



Leith, Robert 
Lewis, Lyle 
Monticone, William 



Saunders, William 
Scott, B. E. 
Tucker, Joshua 
Turner, Billy 
Waldrop, Paul 





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GAMMA THETA UPSILON . . . 

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The Geology lab holds samples of rocks from various locations. 

To further professional interest in geography is the pur- 
pose of Gamma Theta Upsilon. The Beta Iota chapter is one 
of eighty chapters located in the United States, Canada, and 
Mexico. The national fraternity was founded in 1928, and 
the local organiEation was chartered twenty-seven years later. 
All majors and minors in geography are eligible for member- 
ship in Gamma Theta Upsilon. 




President Joe Allen chats with Dr. Robert Cramer following a 
dinner meeting. 




Allen, Joe 
Baldwin, Don 
Crippen, Gil 






Long, Jerry 
Norwood, George 



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Barnes, Janice 
Bell, Jean 
Carman, Mary 
Chambliss, Dr. Thomas 
Combs, Carol 
Creegamn, Faye 
Creegan, Faye 



Kilpatrick, Rachel 
Lamm, Laverna 
Marshall, Dr. Julia 
Modlin, Dr. Ruth 
Pate, HilAi 
Powell, Beverly 



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Founded nationally in 1911, Kappa Delta Pi honorary 
education fraternity came to East Carolina campus in 19^3. 
To encourage high professional, intellectual, and personal 
standards, and to recognize outstanding contributions to 
education are the purposes of the fraternity. Its ideals are 
fidelity to humanity, science, and toil. The Eta Chi chapter 
and the approximately 250 other chapters sponsor the national 
publication, The Educational Forum. 





President Pat Waff 

Vice-President Beverly Powell 

Secretary Janice Barnes 

Treasurer Jean Bell 



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awards won by the Omicron Chapter. 



OFFICERS OF PHI BETA LAMBDA 
Seated: Barbara Trader, Reporter; Margaret 
Cole, Recording Secretary. Statiding: Gloria 
Stephenson, Corresponding Secretary; Doug 
Creech. President; Russell Tucker, Treas- 
urer; Linwood Anderson, Vice-President. 





To develop competent, aggressive, business leaders is the 
purpose for which Phi Beta Lambda was founded in 1946. 
The Omicron chapter was chartered in 1958. The members 
of the chapter keep up to date a trophy case displaying 
awards. The members also participate in the Spring Carnival 
and assist with the open house sponsored by the School of 
Business. 



Linwood Anderson 
Satellite Corporation 



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Barnes, John 
Bennett .Butch 
Bumgarner, David 
Crumple, Charles 
Cygan, Joel 



Harrington, Bill 
Jenkins, Charles 
LeCour, Bob 
McGee, Jerry 
Rudisill, Larry 




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Vice-President Butch Bennett 

Secretary Bob Lecour 

Treasurer Mike Senkier 




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To further the profession of physical education is the purpose 
of Phi Epsilon Kappa professional fraternity. Founded nationally 
in 1913, the organization is the only professional fraternity in 
health, physical education, and recreation. The Beta Iota chap- 
ter was founded in 1962. Physical Education majors are eligible 
for membership. The publication is the Black and Gold Manual. 



symbol of pledgeship. 



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PHI OM/CRON 




President Paulette Pace 

Vice-President Jean Bell 

Secretary Lenna Rose Bass 

Reporter Lou Leary 



Two new initiates are honored with a tea. 



Phi Omicron honorary Home Economics fraternity was 
founded on the East Carolina campus in April, 1952. The 
fraternity seeks to further civic betterment; to increase schol- 
arship, leadership, community service; and to help its members 
become more professional. Sisters of Phi Omicron work 
with the College Union on the Spring Carnival and help the 
Playhouse with making costumes. Each year a program book- 
let for the coming year is published by the chapter. 




Phi Omicron cake sale 




Bass, Lennna Rose 
Bell, Jean 
Clarke, Sammie 
Kilpatrick, Shelby 
Lambie, Ruth 



Leary, Lou 
Pace, Paulette 
Stafford, Grace 
White, Karen 
White, Keith 



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Brewer, Lynn 
Cravotta, Julie 
Escalona, Julia 
Fernandez, Manolita 
Galling, Noelle 



Hall, Dorothy 
Lex, Kim 
Matlock, Sandra 
Miller, Barbara 
Perry, Peggy 




President Peggy Perry 

Vice-President Sandra Matlock 

Secretary Marie Grimsley 

Treasurer Jimmy Jett 



North Carolina State College was the site of the national 
founding of Sigma Pi Alpha, honorary foreign language 
fraternity, in 1926. The Phi Sigma chapter came to ECC 
in 1939. The local chapter sponsors the United Nations 
Day Parade in Greenville and foreign films on and off the 
campus. Sigma Pi Alpha maintains a publication which 
expresses its ideals and serves as a news media connecting the 
eleven chapters. 




Fernandez is the advisor of the foreign language 



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SIGMA TAU DELTA 



Sigma Tau Delta is the honorary fraternity for English 
majors or minors. The national fraternity was founded in 
1924 to promote the mastery of written expression, to encour- 
age worthwhile reading, and to foster a spirit of fellowship 
among men and women specializing in English. Omicron 
Theta chapter, chartered in 1961, sponsors the Fine Arts 
Festival and contributes to the campus publications. 



President Kay Meares 

Vice-President Faye Morris 

Secretciry Brenda Chappell 

Treasurer Wanda Calwell 




Members pursue a discussion of fine arts and the student proLluLtiun of Richard III. 




Burt, Judy 
Chappell, Brenda 
Hooks, Delores 
Jordan, Joyce 
V. -fc^ Meares, Kay 



Morris, Faye 
Newton, Iris 
Osborne, Carolyn 
Sineath, Bronna 
Trotter, Linda 



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TAU SIGMA 



Campbell, Rachel 
Combs, Carol 
Creegan, Faye 
Deans, Nancy 
Harris, Nancy 



Jackson, Thelma 
Leary, Lou 
Leggetf, Betsy 
Mantooth, Brenda 
Neville, Ann 




Sullivan, Judith 
Trader, Barbara 
Wood, Judith 
Wright, Carolyn 



President Judith Sullivan 

Vice-President Nancy Deans 

Secretary Brenda Mantooth 

Treasurer Rachel Campbell 



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ith some of the member; 




To explore the various fields of education 
is the goal of Tau Sigma. Alpha chapter of 
Tau Sigma honorary fraternity, the only chap- 
ter of the fraternity in the nation, was 
founded on the East Carolina campus in 1955. 
Students who are candidates for the bachelor 
of science degree and who have a genuine in- 
terest in education are eligible for membership. 
This year Tau Sigma has placed a major em- 
phasis on re-writing its constitution. 



Fine Arts 




East Carolina College has always been proud of its fine arts 
program. This year two newcomers, Summer Theatre and Poetry 
Forum, have provided better opportunities for our students to 
participate and become more fully acquainted with the field of 
fine arts. 

Wide acclaim has been attributed to the various outstanding per- 



formances of the choral groups, the orchestras, and bands. Ranked 
among the top in our state, the college's school of music adds 
merit to numerous activities and productions of the student body. 
With these added attractions to supplement its fine arts program. 
East Carolina grows culturally as well as scholastically and more 
ably pursues the higher ideals of beneficial entertainment. 



The Advenf of the Summer Theater 
Enriches E.C/s Fine Arts Program. 




East Carolinians pay tribute to the Summer Theater as it is represented in the Greenville parade. 



Through the concentrated efforts of Dr. 
Leo W. Jenkins, President of the college; 
Edgar R. Loessin, Playhouse director; John 
Sneeden, technical director; Gene Strassler, 
director of music for the Playhouse produc- 
tions; and the citizens of the Greenville 
community, the Summer Theater has be- 
come a reality at East Carolina. One of three 
in Eastern North Carolina, the Theater 
became a tremendous success last sum- 
mer offering six large productions. The 
goal for its continuance in the summer of 
1965 has been reached, and the program of 
musicals is under way for another season. 

The quality of the musicals has been 
superb in every aspect. Experienced per- 
formers from all over the country plus the 
finest of East Carolinian talent have been 
combined to make the Theater a dream ful- 
filled. At last the long process of planning 
has rendered culture to East Carolina as 
well as the entire East Coast. 




Douglas Ray, East Carolina faculty member, plays lead 
role in the Theater's production, "The Merry Widow." 



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"Anything Goes" featured Sally Jane Heit, a night 
club singer and her angels. 



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Henry Higgins (Pefer Bromilow) in a state o 
Eliza (Carolynn Everett) show as he seeks her 
"Without You." 



sohtude lets his admiration for 
his mother's home. Eliza sings 



Adapted from George Bernard Shaw's play and Gab- 
rial Pascal's motion picture, "Pygmalion" "My Fair 
Lady" premiered at East Carolina's McGinnis Auditorium 
October 17. Starring professionals Carolynn Everette 
(Eliza) and Peter Bromilow (Higgins) from the Sum- 
mer Theatre, the production set the stage for the most 
successful season ever experienced by the Playhouse. 

Working with the drama department in its presenta- 
tion, a 26-piece orchestra under the direction of Gene 
Strassler entertained the capacity crowds as they patron- 
ized the five-night run. British grandeur and majesty 
prevailed through each of the 18 scenes as Eliza elevates 
herself from a lowly street girl to the main attraction 
at the Embassy Ballroom and the first lady in Higgins' 
heart. 



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As the 1964-65 season opened at the Playhouse, it 
began its 26th year here at East Carolina. Under the 
leadership of Edgar Loessin, director, and John Sneden, 
technical director, the year began most successfully with 
"My Fair Lady." Held in such wide acclaim from its 
introduction at the Summer Theatre, the play was pre- 
sented again and ranked second to none ever produced 
on this campus. 




Mrs. Pc.ucc (Karen Aleussner). maids (Kay Lipe, Lucy Mclntyre, Jenny Shipp) and Pickering (Graham Pollock) gaze 
adinir.ition as Eliza and Higgins depart for the Ballroom of the Embassy. 





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Eliza's father (Bernard Beloff) is exalted in the market. There's a wedding about to take place, and they must get him to the church on time. 



lusfco/ Captivates Audience. 




Higgins (Peter Bromilow) questions Eliza and asks 
why she is selling flowers like a tramp. 



'Eliza, where the devil are my shoes" 





Beebee ( Brenda Ginn) is interviewed for a job by an agent ( ]im Hami 
ton.) 




Beebee (Brenda Ginn) falls 
her career. 



■e with Ed (Bob Gooden), and they try to plan 



Beebee Fenstermaker Drou 




Beebee (Brenda Ginn) expresses her desire to become an artist as Nettie Jc (Rcss Ann Morris) poses. Beebee is constantly changing 
careers throughout the play. 




Beebee's mother (Martha Bradner), her aunts, Virginia (Lucille Dew) and Betty (Jenny Nielson) wonder how she is doing. 



apacity Crowds. 



The presentation of William Snyder's "The Days 
and Nights of Beebee Fenstermaker" marks the sea- 
son's second outstanding performance, December 
9-12. Beebee Fenstermaker's apartment in a large 
city provides the typical setting for a career girl. 
Offering a most unique feature was the double- 
level set enabling Beebee's relatives back home to 
be isolated thinking about and missing her. Simul- 
taneously, Beebee is shown busily pursuing her 
career. Action taking place over a period of years, 
the audience witnesses many changes in a young 
girl's life. 

Enabling the production to be a tremendous suc- 
cess were George Schreiber, in charge of lighting, 
Edgar Loessin, director, and John Sneden, set di- 
rector. With each progressing scene, more acclaim 
was attributed to the Playhouse's fine performance. 



Bob Smith (Randy Cochran), a young runaway is taken 
in by Beebee (Brenda Ginn.) 




Comedy Features Playhouse^ 




Angelique (Rose Ann Morris) and her chosen 
his son (Ron Smilh). 



jitor commence to sing for her fjther (John Sneden) in the presence of his friend (Alan Holcombe) and 




Written in the 17th century by Moliere, the French playwright, 
"The Imaginary Invalid" premiered May 12, 1964, as the last 
production of the season. Directed by Douglas Ray, the play is 
considered by many to be one of the best comedies ever written, 
and the most hilarious ever presented by the drama department. 

John Sneeden, technical director of the Playhouse, played the 
lead role of Argan, the invalid. Karen Muessner, who has appeared 
in several other productions, played the part of the provocative 
French maid. A satirical production on the medical profession in 
general, the play concerns a hypochondriac and his imaginary ill- 
nesses. 



Argan's deceitful wife (Dell 
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Argan's servant (Karen Meussner), disguised as a doctor, listens 
intently with her stethoscope and declares that he is definitely in bad 
condition. 



n's apothecary (Bernard Beloff) declares there is an enema in store for Argan 
n Sneden.) 




In the grand finale, the cast hales the imaginary invalid. 




Commissioned by the North CaroHna Charter Tercentenary Com- 
mission, Carlisle Floyd's opera, "Sojourner and MoUie Sinclair" wasi 
first staged in Raleigh as part of the Tercentenary celebration starring | 
■Broadway opera stars, Patricia Neway and Norman Tregle. Repeated! 
on campus by the East Carolina Playhouse and School of Music,! 
the opera received standing ovation from its two-night audience. 

The plot portrayed a mid-1 8th century Scottish family whose loyal-j 
ties were divided between the new home in the southeastern flatla 
of North Carolina and the Highlands of Scotland. 



Opera Workshof 



McDougal (Jerald Teachy) tries to explain to Molly 
Sinclair (Jane Murry) ■why he is still loyal to the 
crown. 




subject of the crown and can no longer have his heart in two places at the 



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Molly Sinclair (Jane Murry) is on her way to Wilmington to protest another tax imposed upon the North Carolina settlers by the King of England. 



eatures ''Molly Sinc/air." 



Allison Moss and Bill Newberry, the lovers, day- 
dream as they enjoy the exciting North Carolina 
wilderness in full bloom. 




ugal McDougal (Jerold Teachy), head of the McDougal clan, 
lonored on his birthday by members of the clan. 





Sanford L. Peele (Director) expresses his ideas on stu- 
dent's work. 




The Poetry Forum Maket 



The Poetry Forum originated in 1963 through the 
combined efforts and interests of Sanford L. Peele, B. 
Tolson Willis, and Pat R. Willis. "The young creative 
writer is often of the opinion that he is somewhat alone 
in his endeavor; thus, the Forum gives him a place and 
an opportunity to add his views on contemporary liter- 
ary literature as well as his own work." — Pat R. Willis 

Membership is based upon the sincere interest in the 
development of modern poetry. In addition to its 
active members here on campus, the group has mariy 
corresponding members from various parts of the country. 
These outsiders submit their poetry to be criticized at the 
meetings of the Forum. 




B. Tolson Willis (Director) offers advice to interested stu- 
dents. 



Pat. R. Willis (Director) displays her intent 
interest in helping those who need advice. 



5 Debut on Campus. 



Organized with the intention that an informal atmosphere 
might prevail, the forum offers a place for students and out- 
siders to display their interest in writing poetry and prose. The 
Forum also strives to help the creative public school students and 
their teachers upon request. 

Several members of the Forum have had their poetry 
published in literary magazines, and in November of 1963, 
the Forum published its first book of poems, "Local 
Habitation." East Carolina welcomes the addition of The Poetry 
Forum to its fine arts program and is proud of the fine cultural 
benefits it offers to students as well as those interested persons 
in surrounding areas. 




Guest 



poet, Walter Blackstock. criticizes submitted poetry. 




Active members of the Forum: Mr. Vernon Ward, Robert Mann, Bette Venable, Sarah Forsyth, Charlotte McMichael, Deanna Shields, 
Pat Scott, and Richard Orr. 



The Forum allows interested students a place to express their 
opinions. 





An informal atmosphere prevails as active mp-nbers frequently enjoy guest poets 



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Marching Pirates Travel to Tangerine 




The 1964-65 Marching Pirates IcJ by M.irc Duggins hail East Carohna during half 



1964-65 Marching Pirates and majorettes 
share with East Carolina's football team "Meet 
the New E.C.C." theme. They not only merited 
their way into the Southern conference but 
were acclaimed number one among the nation's 
small colleges after their triumph over the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts at Florida's Tangerine 
Bowl. 

Traveling widely this season, the band, 



under the direction of George W. Knight, Jr., 
patronized Lady Bird as she made her appear- 
ance with President Johnson in Raleigh prior 
to the 1964 election. Creating atmosphere 
wherever they go, the Marching Pirates and 
majorettes are not limited to half-time per- 
formances but take active part in parades 
where they receive high acclaim. 




Drum Major, Marc Duggins 




One of three honorary bands in the escort for Governor Dan K. Moore, the Marching Pirates made their second consecutive trip to North Carohna'; 
gubernatorial inauguration ceremony. 



Bowl. 





Judy Wagstaff, flanked by a corps of five striking twirlers, leads the 1964-65 majorettes: Pat Drake, 
Frankie Lamm, Linda Jones, and Carol Damiani. 



Chief Majorette, Judy Wagstaff 







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Using the 1964 Homecoming theme, 'Meet the New E.C.C.," the Marching Pirates go into a train formation taking the 
alumni on a "Sentimental Journey." 




Varsity Band 



Experienced and skilled musicians under the leadership of Mr. George 
Knight perform semiannually at winter and spring concerts. The sixty-member 
band has brought wide acclaim to the School of Music because of outstanding 
performances. Any student who has had three years of instrumental music 
in high school is eligible for membership. 



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Directed by Mr. Herbert Carter, the group's agenda includes out- 
door concerts in the spring, regular appearances of campus, and annual 
tours. These seventy-five selected musicians frequently tape recordings 
for radio and television. In addition to other performances, the 
group plays for the commencement exercises. 



Symphonic Band 



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Brass Choir 



Presenting its annual concert in November with Mr. James Parnell as 
conductor, the Brass Choir gave selections including the Overture to "The 
Mikado" by Sullivan, "Sharagan" and "Fugue" by Hovaness, and an excerpt 
from "The Trojans in Carthage." 





Symphony Orchestra 



The main objective of this group is its one concert per quarter. In addition 
to regular concerts, the orchestra assists the opera workshop and the campus 
musicals. Sixty skilled musicians comprise this group. 



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Known as the group that conducts frequent tours, the Choir's agenda has included 
concerts in Henderson, Reidsville, Rockingham, Hamlet, Washington, and Charlotte. 
They also represent the college at North Carolina Culture Week in Raleigh. Presenting 
the finest in choral literature, the group also performs at the annual Christmas As- 
sembly, a home concert in March, and the annual Contemporary Music Festival. Out- 
standing in its musical ability, the choir is under the direction of Mr. Charles Stevens. 



Concert Choir 




Ten selected singers represent this 
group in its annual Christmas recital 
and spring concert. Assisted by an ac- 
companist and directed by Dr. Dan 
Vornholt, the singers include madrigals 
and music from other periods in the 
repertoire. 



College Singers 



Chapel Choir 



Approximately forty-five singers compose 
this group under the direction of Dr. Carl 
Hjortsvang. Appearing frequently on cam- 
pus and out of town, they sing mostly 
sacred songs. They can be heard weekly 
as they perform for the chapel services 
held in the Y-Hut. 




Women's Chorus 



Under the direction of Mrs. Jarrett, the Women's 
Chorus offers an opportunity for musical under- 
standing among East Carolina's students. The group 
is composed of one hundred thirty-four non-music 
majors. 




Membership to this group is attained by 
audition. The forty members under the 
direction of Beatrice Chaunsey specialize in 
light music including art, folk, and sacred 
numbers. Among its varied performances 
are an annual concert with the Men's Glee 
Club and the Christmas Assembly. 




Women's Glee Club 



Another performance means the excitement of 
another trip 




Composed of male students representing various majors, this group, 
directed by Mr. Charles Stevens, strives to maintain a high level of choral 
performance, yet at the same time provide choral experience for the non- 
professional music student. Presentations include a joint concert with 
Saint Mary's College Choir in Raleigh and a part in the half-time show 
during Homecoming football game. 



Men's Glee Club 



Military 




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■ Until machines can think creatively, well-educated and 
Curtiss E. LeMay. 



ated people 



ist as the Air Force's most critical need." — General 



To educate and motivate is essentially the mission of the Air 
Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. The 600th AFROTC de- 
tachment trains young men in Air Force concepts, doctrine, and 
employment. Cadets learn to think critically and creatively and 
develop leadership skills by participating in Leadership Laboratory. 
Qualified Senior cadets receive 36I/2 hours of flight instruction in 
light aircraft and 35 hours of ground school. Successful completion 
qualifies the cadet for a private pilot license and determines a cadet's 
interest in and adaptability for future flight training in the Air 
Force's flying schools. Ten East Carolina senior cadets participate 
in this flight instructional program. 



Arnold Air Society, Drill Team, and Color Guard provide extra- 
curricular activities for cadets in the corps. The Military Ball and 
the Dining In are social highlights of the year. Picnics and parties 
also provide an informal atmosphere enjoyed by all cadets. 

The corps performs civic duties throughout the year by helping 
the police department control traffic during parades and football 
games. Members of the corps also helped the Arnold Air Society 
and Drill Team reach their goal for the March of Dimes. 
The climax of all this training is the commission as a Second Lieu- 
tenant in the United States Air Force that the cadet receives upon 
graduation from ECC. 

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Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp^ 




67sf 
Squadron 



COMMANDER 

Cadet Capt. Ralph A. Bender 








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62nd 
Squadron 



COMMANDER 

Cadet Capt. Richard L. Brown 




63rd 
Squadron 



COMMANDER 

Cadet Capt. George I. Resseguii 



Provides Flight Instructional Progran^, 



Cadets Joyner, Tant, and McClenny plan 
cross country flight. These three cadets 
and seven others are receiving flight instruc- 
tion to determine whether they are qualified 
for future pilot training in the Air Force. 




GROUP COMMANDERS: Cadet Colonel John W. Mc- 
Clenny fall quarter; Cadet Lt. Colonel Richard J. Roberson, 
winter quarter; Cadet Lt. Colonel Donald R. Joyner, spring 
Quarter. 



The Drill Team, commanded by Cadet 1st Lt. William N. 
Manning, participated in the Seventh Annual Marchathon. 
They also marched in numerous parades and in the State 
Competition. 




The Group Staff, composed of senior cadets are responsible for planning and co-ordinating 
the activities of the Corps. The training and experience they receive prepare them for 
future positions in the Air Force. 









Blythe, Chester E. 
Brown, Richard L. 
Diuguid, Frank S. 
Hahn, Jeffery C. 
Harrington, Ricky T. 



Hoge, Calvin V. 
Jarmon, Cecil T. 
Leo, Alfred F. 
McClenny. John W. 
Roberson, Tommy E. 



Officers 



jP P p P P 



Comtthiiidcr 
Richard J. Roberson 



Eseaitive Officer 
Donald R. Joyner 



Adminisltative Ofj'ic 
James R. Tant 



OperMiofu Office, 
Albert L. Evans 



I,:foy 
Willis 



,tiou Officer 
N. Afanning 



Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight . . . 




Aims of the Arnold Air Society are to 
advance air and space citizenship; to support 
air power in its role in national security; to 
further the purpose, mission, tradition, and 
concept of the United States Air Force; 
to create a closer more efficient relationship, 
within AFROTC and to aid in the develop- 
ment of effective Air Force Officers. To 
qualify for membership, a student must be 
an outstanding cadet interested in promoting 
the purpose of the organization. 

The Arnold Air men support national 
blood drives, visit orphan groups, and spon- 
sor the AFROTC honorary Drill Team. 
Sponsoring the March of Dimes "Marathon" 
in January, the boys spent less time march- 
ing; however, collected more than in pre- 
vious years. While the Drill Team marched 
eight and a half hours, the collections 
totaled $1400. The ten society pledges 
added another $200 by canvassing the cam- 
pus. Two more drilling sessions in Ayden 
and Farmville boosted the sum over $2000 
for the crippled children's fund. 



Commanders from both Arnold Air and 
Angel Flight confer on new quarters in 
Austin and the outlook of rush. 




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PI lies for spaghetti supptr ire prepared by the 'Angels". 



Goals of Angel Flight are to maintain high morals within the Air Force 
Reserve Officer Training Corps by serving as official hostesses; to further 
recognition of AFROTC; and to acquaint members with the Air Force, 
the AFROTC; the Air Age, and Air Education. 

Under the leadership of Lieutenant Colonel Elbert Kidd, The "Angels" 
participate in the March of Dimes Marchathon, aid a needy family, assist 
in first floor pediatrics at Pitt Memorial Hospital, and also sponsor the 
Military Ball. Any woman student with a "C" average who successfully 
completes a six week pledge period may become a member of this ser\'- 
ice organization. 




Rush is a very special time for this society. 



Net Over $2,000 in Marchathon. 




SeMed: Commander, Brenda Smith; Executive Officer, Kay Panton; Administrative Officer, Joyce Cox; Operations Officer, 
Prisciila Lane; and Comptroller, Harriet Wynne. Standing: Carolyn Phillips, Patricia Beamon, Sara Frances Newman, 
Katherine Hoffman, Mary Jane Reese, and Ann Pryor. 



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As the college grows the yearbook must become larger. The class 
portraits totaled 5,501. The sum of administrative and faculty photo- 
graphs amounted to 346. Organizations and Greeks cover 120 pages. 
This section is designed to aid one's finding a person or group 
pictured on the preceding 467 pages. 



Faculty-Administrative Index 



Adams, Barbara F 180 

Adams, Francis R 160 

Alexander, S. Rudolph 19 

Allen, Beniamin H 183 

Arwood. Frank 158 

Bachman, Joseph S 169 

Bailey, Donald E 184 

Baker. Repsy W 19 

Baker, Worth E 17 

Ball, Wilbert 172 

Barrett, Agnes 19 

Batten, James W 158 

Batten. Sara S 174 

Bearden. James H 156 

Beems. Cornelia 19 

Benson. Patricia 1 171 

Berryhill. James B 166 

Bezansnn. Warren B 160 

Bing. Kenneth L 172 

Bliss. Ruby 183 

Blocker, Gay H 166 

Bond. Austin D 184 

Boone, Robert L 166 

Booth. Mavis R 188 

Borthwick. Don R 156 

Borlhwick, Jo A 171 

Boyce. Emily S 174 

Boyette, Joseph G 184 

Bradner. Cleveland J 187 

Brandon, Dorothy 156 

Brannan, Oscar W 176 

Broadhurst. Ruth J 180 

Browning. E. R 156 

Browning, Marie B 160 

Bullard, Harold 166 

Bullock, Louise C 180 

Butler, James W 19 

Byrd. J. William 184 

Calhoun. Walter T 169 

Cameron. Norman H 156 

Canon, Emilie T 163 

Careile. Anne C 174 

Carlton. Herbert T 186 

Carr. Wendell L 166 

Carraway. Jessie M 180 

Carter, Herbert L 178 

Carter, Robert 178 

Case, Dale E 164 

Castellow. Wilbur A 183 

Carroll, Faye 186 

Chambiiss, Thomas A 158 

Chauncey. Beatrice 178 

Clark. Amos 158 

Clarke. John R 183 

Coll. Edna 163 

Colvin, Herman D 156 

Colvin, Herman P 171 

Congleton, Betty C 169 

Coneleton. Joseph W 158 

Conley. Albert R 156 

Copwell, Richard L 160 

Cozart, Frances H 184 

Cramer. Robert E 164 

Crawley. Wesley V 154 

Creech, Roger L 176 

Crenshaw, Marguerite 174 

Crickmore, Vivian P 174 

Cubbedge. A. B 174 

Cummmgs. J. B 164 

Daniels. Frances 156 

Daniels. John W 176 

Dau.eherty, Mabel E 171 

Daueherty. Stella 176 

Davis. John B 176 

Davis. Graham J 184 

Debter, Ouida C 156 

Dempsey, Audrey V 156 

Derrick, J. 184 

Derrick. Mildred H 176 

Dewar. Thadys J 156 

Dixon. Calvert R 183 

Dorey. Frances M 19 

Douglas. George A 186 

Dr.ike. Elizabeth 178 

Dudley. Frances F 176 

Duncan. F. D 15 

Dunfgan. C. James 165 

Dunigan, Nancy C 176 

Durham. W. H 156 



Alpha Delta Pi 402 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 384 

Alpha Omicron Pi 404 

Alpha Phi 406 

Alpha Phi Omega 418 

Alpha Xi Delta 408 

Angel Flight 467 

Aquanvmphs 380 

Arnold Air Society 466 

ACE V,R 

Baptist Student Union 356 

Br.iss Choir 459 

Broadcasting Guild 352 

Buccaneer 70 

Canterbury 358 

Chapel Choir 461 

Chi Beta Phi 434 

Chi Omega 410 

Circle K Club 374 

College Singers 4fio 



Durland. Donald I. 154 

Eagan. Elsie S 158 

Ebbs, John D 160 

Edens, Ruby E 156 

Edmiston, Robert S 154 

Edwards, Ida W. 19 

Escalona. Julia E 163 

Ellen Harold T 166 

Ellen. John C 169 

Filer. Frank W 184 

Everett. Grover W 184 

Everett. Nell C 160 

Fahrner. Alvin A 169 

Farnham. Emily E 154 

Fernandez. Manolita 163 

Finch. Alton V 156 

Fleming. Ellen C 176 

Fleming. James L 163 

Fralick. Jo A I60 

Fuller. Frank G 158 

Gantt. Robert B 166 

Garmon. Lucille B 184 

Garner, Ruth B 19 

Galling. Toelle P 163 

Genton. June 171 

Gordley. Marilyn F 154 

Gordley. Tran 154 

Grate. William H 160 

Gray. Wellington B 154 

Greene. Mary H I60 

Grigsby. Lois I60 

Gross. Dawyer D 19 

Gross, Tennala A 176 

Gulley, William H 186 

Hagen. William M 160 

Haggard. Paul W 177 

Halgwood. T. J 172 

Hall. Mabel L 171 

Hanchrow. Joseph H 156 

Hara. Makoto 165 

Hardison. Tanice G 19 

Harrell. Johnnie L 19 

Harrison, Alice M 156 

Harrison. William A 153 

Hart, Carol A 156 

Hart. William S 156 

Hassell. Ruby E 174 

Hawthorne. Nancy 19 

Helms. Mary C 184 

Helms. R. M 184 

Hendershot. Paul T 157 

Henderson. Doris B 19 

Henton. Richard W 171 

Hill. Samuel T 157 

Hjortsvang. Carl 178 

Holberg. Moselle 171 

Holley, William H 154 

Holmes. Keith D 158 

Holt. Robert L 14 

Home. Tohn H 17 

Hoots. William R 172 

Howard. Henry 18 

Howell. Tohn M 186 

Howell. W. W 157 

Hungerford. Farleigh 19 

Ira-in. E. Robert 178 

Jacobson, Leon 154 

Jacobson. Nanene 154 

James, Kenneth C 157 

Tarman. James A 174 

Jarratt, Ingeborg 178 

Jeffreys. Donald B 185 

Jenkins. Antoinette 160 

Jenkins. Leo W 12 

Johnson, F. Milam 177 

Johnston. Janie M 180 

Jones. Douglas R 158 

Tones. Harold 178 

Jones. Ray L 157 

Jones. Ruth B 157 

Jorgenscn. Nephi M 166 

Kelsey. Clarence M 172 

Kidd. Elbert L 153 

Kilpatrick. Rachel 160 

Knighten. Charlotte 19 

Knight. Clifford B 185 



Knight. George W 178 

Koon, Ervin E 153 

Kozy. John 187 

Kuhlmann, Kenneth L 153 

Lambie. Ruth 171 

Larsen. Tora M 157 

LcConte. Joseph N 185 

Ledbetter, Gorman W 157 

Leith, Robert W 172 

Lerro Joseph A 157 

Loessin. Edgar R 188 

Long. Thomas E 183 

Lowe. Velma W 157 

Lowry. Jean 165 

Lundy. Lucille K 157 

McCall. Ruth R 19 

McDaniels. Jesse 154 

McGrath. Harold M 157 

McGrath, Mildred T 157 

McGrath. Virginia G 177 

McLain. Nannette 183 

Ma Iman. Martin 178 

Mallory. James B 16 

Mann. Sallie E 175 

Manning. Mildred B 19 

Marshall. Ernest C 187 

Marshall, Julia D 183 

Martin, Charlotte M 180 

Martin, George C 165 

Martin, Thomas 1 166 

Martin, William B 158 

Martinez. Inez N 180 

Martinez. Ray H 166 

Martoccia. C. T 183 

Mattheis. Floyd E 185 

Mendenhall, Cynthia 19 

Merritt, John C 154 

Middleton. David J 18 

Miller. Thomas W 178 

Mims. Thomas E 154 

Minnis. Paul R 154 

Mitchell. Mavis 167 

Modlin. Ruth 158 

Moore, C. G 19 

Moore. Miriam B 171 

Morrison. Robert R 163 

Murad. Alfred 163 

Murray. Paul I69 

Myers. Bob 157 

Myers. Edith 180 

Napp. R. R 186 

Narmour, Gene 178 

Neel. Francis L 154 

Nelms. G. Allan 18 

Nicholson. James D 185 

O'Rear, Charles W 185 

Owens, Phoebe 175 

Parnell. James H 179 

Paschal. Mary 163 

Paul, Elaine M 169 

Paul, Tom L 167 

Peele. Sanford L 16O 

Perejda. Andrew D 165 

Perry. Evelyn L 180 

Perry. Marguerite 163 

Pertalion, Albert 188 

Petteway. Betty E 154 

Phelps. Herman D 19 

Pignani. Tullio J 177 

Pinion. Ann 16I 

Pleasant. James C 177 

Poindexter. James I6I 

Poindexter. Mary R 161 

Posey. Meredith N 161 

Potter. Gwen 157 

Prewett. Clinton R 183 

Ray. Douglas 188 

Read. Floyd 185 

Reeder. Ernestine 171 

Reeder. Glen P 167 

Rehm. John T 179 

Reynolds. Charles 185 

Reynolds, John C 18 

Reynolds, John 177 

Reynolds. Lena B 188 

Rocke. Donald C 157 



Organization Index 



Concert Choir 460 

Delta Phi Delta 420 

Delta Sigma Pi 422 

Delta Zeta 412 

East Carolinian 72 

Epsilon Pi Tau 435 

Free Will Baptist 357 

Gamma Theta Upsilon 436 

Home Economics Club 370 

Inter-Dormitory 67 

Inter-Fraternity 382 

Kappa Alpha 386 

Kappa Delta 414 

Kappa Delta Pi 437 

The Key 69 

King Youth Fellowship 363 

Lambda Chi Alpha 388 

Library Club 369 

Lutheran Association 359 

Marching Band 456 



Mathematics Club 376 

Men's Glee Club 462 

NSID 367 

Newman Club 362 

Nurses Club 372 

Opera Work Shop 452 

Panhellenic 383 

Phi Beta Lambda 438 

Phi Epsilon Kappa 439 

Phi Kappa Tau '''O 

Phi Mu Alpha 424 

Phi Omicron 440 

Phi Sigma Pi 426 

Physical Education Club =,-") 

Pi Kappa Alpha 392 

Pi Kappa Phi 304 

Pi Omega Pi 428 

Poetry Forum 454 

PrcMed S.Kiety 373 

Rebel 69 



Saunders. Frank W 177 

Sayetta. Tom 185 

Schreiber. George 188 

ScoH. B. E 172 

Sexauer. Donald 154 

Shank. Barry M 179 

Shaw. Edwin P 161 

Shaw. Ruth G 179 

Shea. Jannis B 171 

Shea. Philip 165 

Sheppard. Moses M 185 

Simpson. Donald G 153 

Simpson. Everett C 185 

Smiley. Wendell W 175 

Smith. Lois R 19 

Smith. Martha L I61 

Smith, Norman E 167 

Sneden. John A 188 

Snyder. Helen A 19 

Sorensen. Frederick 161 

Sorensen. Mary 16I 

Southwick. Mildred 175 

Sparks. Margery S 157 

Speight. Francis 154 

Stallings. Nell 167 

Stapleton. Hazel F 183 

Stasavich. Clarence 167 

Staton. Mary L 158 

Steele. Ralph H 167 

Steer. Helen V 188 

Stevens, Charles E 179 

Stillwell. H. Daniel 165 

Strassler. P. Gene 179 

Strawn. Alice 171 

Suggs. Joane L 180 

Sutherland. Jerry 19 

Tadlock. Carl E 153 

Tano. Raquel 163 

Taylor. G. A 19 

Tharrington. Betsy B 175 

Thomas. Grover M 153 

Todd. Richard C 169 

Toll, Eleanor E 179 

Toll. Paul A 1R6 

Topper. Paul 179 

Townsend. Frank C 177 

Tracy. Donald C 179 

Tucker. James H 17 

Utterback. Elizabeth 16I 

Uzzle. William T 161 

Vansant. Henry C 167 

Verrastro. Ralph E 179 

Vornholt. Dan E 179 

Waldrop. Bonnie E 180 

Waldrop. Paul E 172 

Walker. Elizabeth S 175 

Wanderman. Henry 163 

Wanderman. Relly 165 

Ward. Vernon A 16I 

Warren. Eva W ISO 

Watrous. Blanche 186 

Weaver, Lilv R 175 

Weigand. George 19 

Weinberg. Robert 158 

Welborn. Odell L 167 

West. Robert H 157 

White. Gladys R 179 

White. Katharine W 161 

White. Ruth 16 

Wilder. VernieB 175 

Wilhelm. Holmes 163 

Williams, Lee G 175 

Williams, Louise L 177 

Wiliams. Melvin J 186 

Williams, Richard H 183 

Williams. Robert W 19 

Willis. Pat R 161 

Wilson. Darrell C 186 

Winkler. Frances R 16I 

Woodside. Robert 177 

Wooten, Dan K 19 

Yarley, Brunie A 19 

Zimmerman. Donald W 183 



Sigma Alpha Iota 430 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 398 

Sigma Nu 396 

Sigma Pi Alpha 441 

Sigma Sigma Sigma 416 

Sigma Tau Delta 442 

Sigma Tau Sigma 442 

SAM 366 

SGA 56 

Symphonic Band 458 

Symphonic Orchestra 459 

Tau Sigma 443 

Theta Chi 400 

Varsity Band 458 

Wesley Foundation 361 

Westminster Fellowship 360 

Women's Chorus 461 

Women's Glee Club 46: 

WRA 378 

W.W.W.S 352 

YDC 377 



Student Index 



Aan Barbara Jane ....282 
Abbey. Simeon A. Jr. ..282 
Abbott. Benjamin L. ...252 

Abbott, Linville F 192 

Abene. Michele A 282 

Abernathy, Donna M. ..252 
Abernethy. Kathryn A. ..282 
Abner. Carolyn Louise ..192 

Adams. Douglas E 252 

Adams. Douglas Lee ...310 
Adams, Edna Yvonne ..310 
Adams, Gale Elizabeth ..310 
Adams. Herbert Ray ..252 
Adams. John Maynard ..192 

Adams. Josephine 310 

Adams, Linda Joyce ...310 
Adams. Mary Elizabeth ..310 
Adams, Thomas N. 3rd .... 

282 
Adcock. Alpha W. Jr. ..310 
Adkins. Larry Michael ..310 

Aiken, Julia Mann 282 

Albertson. Frances A. ..252 
Alberty. James Benson ..252 
Albright. Johnny F. Jr 

192 
Alcock, Guy Wallace ..282 
Alderson. Josephine C. ..252 
Aldridge. John Marvin ..252 
Aldridge. John Thomas — 

282 
Aldridge Patricia A. ...310 
Alexander. David C. ...192 
Alexander. Norman F. ..310 
Alexander. Wm. Kelley .... 

282 

Alford. Charles J 310 

Alford. Glenda Ruth ..192 
Alkazin, David Michel ..252 
Allen. Albert Gideon ..192 

Allen. Alice Jean 252 

Allen. Betsy Ann 310 

Allen, Janice Marie ...310 

Allen. Jonathan C 282 

Allen, Joseph M. Ill ..192 
Allen. Kay Marie ....310 
Allen, Margaret A. ...192 

Allen. Margaret M 310 

Allen. Mildred V 310 

Allen. Michael Wilson ..282 
Allen, Russell Eugene ..252 
Alley, Larry Wayne ...,192 
Alligood. Carol Davis ..310 
Alligond, Greta Jane ...252 

Alliaood. Miriam L 2<!2 

Alligood, Patricia A. ,,252 

Alligood, Steve H 192 

Alligood. William R. ...310 

Allred, Charles R 282 

Allred, Charles S 310 

Allred, Susan C 310 

Allsbrook, Michael L. .,282 
Allsbrook. W^lbur Jr. ..252 
Allsbrook, William Jr. 282 

Alphin. Eva Mae 310 

Alphin. Carol Wallace ..310 
Alspaugh. Cynthia U. ..310 
Altman, Linda Marie ...282 

Ambrose. Ravonda 192 

Ambry, Karen Marie ....310 
Amick. Harold Wayne ..282 

Anders. Melba Ann 192 

Anderson. Clinton E. ...252 
Anderson. Elizabeth J. ..310 
Anderson. George F. ...192 
Anderson, Linwood Roy 

192 
Anderson. Lois Dianne ..252 
Anderson, Lynda C. ..282 

Anderson, Peegy P 252 

Anderson. Ralph E 252 

Anderson, Sue C 282 

Anderson, Susan ^in 

Anderson. Susan N 310 

Anderson. William Tr. ..282 
Andolsun, Orhan Kurt .... 

Andre*', William G 192 

Andrews, Bruce W 282 

Andrews, Ida Carol ....310 

Andrews, Jay B 252 

Andrews, Louise F, ...282 
Andrews. Lynda Eliz ..252 
Andrews. Randall F. ..192 
Andrews. Sandra Gayle .... 

252 
Angel. Judith Marie ....310 

Angelo. Joseph 282 

Angstadt. Robert D 193 

Appleby. Andrew S. ...282 
Arledge. Michael P. ...282 
Armstrong. Betty Sue ..310 

Armstrong. Mary C 310 

Armstrong. Paul III ....282 
Arnette. Dianne Lee ...310 
Arnold, Carl Thomas .,,282 
Arnold, Mildred J. ...193 
Arnold. Patricia Ann ..282 
Aronson, Sieglinde H. ..193 
Arrowood. Harold A. ..282 

Ashby. Berkley E 193 

Asby, Mary R, Tankard 

193 
Ashley. Gayla Lena ...310 



Askew, Elizabeth Ann , 
Askesi', Garland Legray 
Ashworth, Brenda Anne 



310 
Atack, Kathleen Ann ...310 
Atkinson. Katherine J. ..511 
Atkinson, Mabel Jane ..282 
Atkinson, Pamela G. ..193 
Aulbert, Linda Kaye ..252 
Austin, Gwendolyn I, ..311 
Austin, Kennlth Wm. ..282 
Austin, Wm. Horton Jr 

311 
Autrey. Mae Cynthia ,.311 

Avent, Beverly Jane 311 

Avent, Kenneth G 193 

Avera, Margaret H. ...193 
Averette, Willie Jean .,,193 

Aversa, Alfonso R 282 

Avery, Dorinda Diane ..252 

Avery, John Avant 282 

Avery, Mary Frances ...282 
Avery. Nancy Penland ..282 

Aycock. Charles A 252 

Aycock, Donald Alton ..282 
Ayers, Brenda Kay ....193 

Ayers, Ronald A 311 

Ayscue, Kaye Welch ,.311 



Babb, Nancy Jean .,,,253 
Badenhop, Patsy -Ann ,.253 

Bagley, Rebecca L 311 

Bagwell, Timothy B, ,..253 
Bailey, James Terrell ..255 
Bailey, Michael C. ...193 

Bailey, Sharon R 311 

Bain, Sondra Jean ...,193 

Baker. Betty Lou 282 

Baker. Betty Louise .,..311 
Baker, Emanuel A. Jr. ..193 
Baker. James Franklin ..193 
Baker, Kathleen Agnes ,.193 
Baker, Lonnie Gene ..,,311 

Baker. Michael S 282 

Baker, Pamela Dale ,,..311 
Baker. Robert H. Ill .,253 

Baker. Ruth Anne 193 

Baker, Sherry Lane 311 

Baldwin, Donald M 194 

Baldwin, Harry Leslie ..282 
Balkcum, Judy Corine ..311 
Ballard, Linda Dare ....194 
Ballard. Rheba Merle ..2S3 
Ballew, Ruby Jannett ..194 
Banks, Dennis Evans ,..194 
Banks. Gail Johnson ...194 
Banks. William Glenn .282 
Barbee, Betsy Crowell ..282 
Barbee. luanita Blain ..311 

Barber. Bettie Lou 311 

Barber, Ross C. Jr 311 

Barber, William Lloyd .,194 

Barbour, Beverly F 311 

Barbour, Carolyn P. ...253 
Barbour. Diane Hale ..311 
Harden. Woodrow T. ..283 
Barefoot, Frances M. ..283 
Barefoot, James G. Jr, .,253 

Barefoot, lanet R 194 

Barefoot, Judy E 283 

Bareer, Donald S 283 

Barker. Lynwood Wayne , . . 

253 
Barker, Wayne Morgan 

283 

Barlow. Carol Jean 194 

Barnes, Carolyn Tane ..194 
Barnes, Donna Marcine 



Barnes, Edward D. .. 


783 


Barnes, Elizabeth A. .. 




Barnes. Elizabeth C. .. 




Barnes, James David 
Barnes, Janice Marie .. 


253 


.194 


Barnes. Jean Douglas 




Barnes. John Arthur .. 


.194 


Barnes. Judith Ann .. 
Barnes. Kenneth O. .. 


.311 


,194 


Barnes. Linda Ellen .. 




Barnes. Linda Paige . 




Barnes, Mary Thigpen 


.753 


Barnes, Mary Carolyn , 




Barnes, Paulette M. ,, 


,311 


Barnes, Richard C. ,. 


.194 


Barnes, Robert Ingram 


.311 


Barnes, Willie Ray .. 


,194 


Barnette. Russyll Jr, . 


.253 


Barnhill. Roy L 


.311 


Barnhill. Zula Cowell 




Barrett, Brenda C. ,, 


.311 


Barrett, Vicki Lester ,, 




Barrier, Reba Ann .,,. 




Barringer, Mary Joyce 


.283 


Barnngton. Thomas L. 


.311 


Barrow, Barbara A. S 


783 


Barrow. Edward L. ... 


195 



Barrow. Millard W. Jr 

311 
Barrow, Rebecca Ann ..311 
Barry, Patricia Eliz ....311 

Bartlett. Martha B 283 

Bartley, Wm, Stephen ..283 

Bartos. Joseph M 311 

Barts. Darrell J 283 

Barwick. Deleon W 283 

Barwick. Lynn Parks 311 

Basinger, Judith Anne ..311 

Basnight, Ellen Va 195 

Basnight, Georgetta 195 

Basnight, Sheila S 283 

Bass, Carole lean ....2S3 
Bass. David Allan ....311 

Bass, Emma Lynn 195 

Bass, Judith Carroll ....195 

Bass, Lenna Rose lOS 

Bass, Linda Fay 195 

Bass, Portia Faye I"' 

Bass, Lenna Rose 195 

Bass, Linda Fay 195 

Bass, Portia Faye 195 

Bass. Rachel Jackson ..3r 

Bass. Richard W 195 

Bass. Sandra Lane 195 

Bassford. Anna Michel ..312 
Bateman, Dorinda Pugh .. 

195 

Bateman, Glendora 2S3 

Bateman. Judy Diane ..312 
Bateman. Kathryn L. ..312 
Bateman. Raye Neal ..285 

Bates. Frederick S M2 

Batten, Camellia Gaye ..512 
Bateman. Washington E. ... 

189 
Batts. Willard E. Jr. ...195 
Battisto. Mary Nicola ..312 

Baucom, Patricia L 512 

Baul, Frances Foster ....195 

Baxley. Howard K 283 

Baxley, Sandra J 195 

Beach, Linda Lee 195 

Beal. Julia Carol is? 

Beal, Larry Michael 195 

Beal, Martha Susan ....112 



Beaman. Harold M 253 

Beaman. Patricia C. .„2S1 

Beard, Lillian R 312 

Bearden, Johnny Clay ,,253 
Beasley, Jeanie Lee ..,.312 
Beasley, Patsy Ruth ....253 
Beasley. Wiley Ben Jr. ..253 
Beato, Joseph Anthony ,.2R'^ 
Beatty, Richard Lee ....253 
Beauchamp, Michael Wm. .. 
312 
Beaver, Diana Jean ....312 
Beavers, Jane Markham ... 

Becht. Susan Eleanor ..283 
Beck. Sandra Joyce ....312 
Behr, John Douglas ....196 

Bell. Adolphus A 312 

Bell. Doris Ann 312 

Bell. Glenda Sue 312 

Bell. Izora Jean 19C 

Bell. John Standi Jr. ..253 

Bell, Lawrence Lee 253 

Bell, Patricia Ann ....285 

Bell. Peggy Faye 312 

Bell. Sarah Louise ....312 

Bell.. Sylvia Jane 283 

Bellamy. John P 251 

Bellamy. Robert H 19fi 

Bellmer. Richard L 253 

Bemis. William Y 285 

Bender. Barbara B 283 

Bender, Ralph Andrew ,.19fi 
Benfield. William J. ..251 

Bennett. Alvin G 19('i 

Bennett. Barbara S 2R3 

Bennett. Betty J 253 

Bennett, Brvan Lee ....196 

Bennett. Jerry L 196 

Bennett. Jesse Carl ....196 
Bennett. Patricia Sue ..312 
Bennett, Robert R. Jr. ..196 

Bennett. Ronald P 283 

Benson. Lynwood Earl ..253 

Benson. Susan Marie ....312 

Benson, William A. Ill ,... 

312 

Bentley, Janice T 196 

Benton. Benjamin P 312 

Benton. SalUe Ann ....196 
Benton. Stephen Boyd .,312 

Berg, Judith Anne 253 

Bergh, Verna Lvnn 312 

Berini, Dante Charles .,283 

Berman, Jeffrey M 312 

Bernhardt; John C 253 

Berrier. Judith Anne ...253 

Berry. Bonnie G 283 

Berry. Carolyn P 312 

Berry. Ira Wayne 196 

Perry. John Winfred ..253 
Berry. Sharron Kay ..253 

Best, Anna Dean 312 

Best, Brenda Faye 283 



Betts, John Walter .. 

Bettes, Linda Ann 

Biddar, John Paul .. 
Biesecker, Ronda A. .. 
Biggs, Bailey Els^'ood 
Biggs, Bruce Arthur . . 
Biggs, James Franklin 
Biggs. Sara Catherine 
Bilbo, James Benton . 
Billings. Charlyn R. . 
Billings, Kathryn C. . 
Bingham. Anna E. .. 
Bird, Robert Franklin 
Bishop, Alfred Joseph 
Bshop. James G. Ill 
Bishop, Jane Ellen ,, 
Bishop, Julius L. Jr. 
Bissette. Donna Day .. 



Bissette, Charles Jr. .. 
Black. Karren Beth ., 
Blackley. Anne Lavern 
Blackley. Betty Ann . 
Blackman. Clara Jean 
Blackman. Thomas G. ..313 
Blackmon, Billy Ray ....197 
Blackwell. Thomas H. ..313 
Blake, Paul Robert ....254 

Blake. Richard G 254 

Blanchard. Albert Jr. ..313 
Blanchard. Stepht "' 



.283 



and. Martha 01i\ 



283 



Blasingame, June L. .. 
Blick. Barry Allan ... 
Bloodworth, Alexander 

Blount, Gwendolyn Mae 



Blythe, Cheryl Ali; 
BIythe, Chester Ea 
Boatright, Juanita 



Bobbitt, Jack P. Jr. 
Bobbitt, Nancy B. 



Bocttn 






197 



Boettner, Temperance , 
Bolejack, Karen Watts ,.313 
Bolejack. Don Pierce ..284 
Boles, Roger Dean .,..197 
Boley. Zoe Evelyn ...,284 
Boliek, Shelor Wright ..313 

Boling, Toni Rae 315 

Boiling. Barbara J 284 



BohmuUer. Frederick . 
Bond. Edward John 
Bonds, Mary Dianne . 
Boney. Patricia Ethel 
Bonner, Kathryn M. . 
Booker, John A. Ill .. 
Bonnevie, Rosemary .. 
Booker, Thomas Cecil 
Booth, Scotty Dale .. 
Booton, Mary Linda ,. 
Bossert, Jacob Wm. . 
Bost, James P. Jr.- .. 
Bost. Lee Ross III .. 
Bost. Sheila Wayne 
Bost. Walter Lee .... 



Bostic. Sandra Mae . . 
Bostic. Walter E. Jr. 
Boswell. Mary Pittman 
Bottorf, Raymond Hall 

Bounds, Ralph Monroe 
Boudrow, Eleanor M. 
Bovard. Walter B. .. 
Bovender. Robert Pell 
Bovender. Margaret M. 



197 



Bowden. Beverly Jane ..513 

Bowden. Bonita D 313 

Bowen. Josephine M. ..313 
Bowen, Lindsay W. ...313 
Bowen, Patricia Kay ..284 
Bowers. Douglas B. ...2R4 
Bowers, Fred Watson ..197 
Bowles, Linda Jayne ..313 
Bowling, Linda Lou ..315 
Bowman, Jerry Lee — 513 
Bowman, Juanita Faye ,.198 



Bosin 



Ma 



r Car 



Boyd. Amy Cheryl 
Boyd, Brenda Lou 
Boyd, Charles Edmo 




You find "snowmen" in the sfrangesi 
places at East Carolina 



Boyd, Ira Hughes ....284 

Boyd, Janice Marie 515 

Boyd, John Blake Jr. ..198 

Boyd, John G. Jr 515 

Boyd, Kenneth Raymond ... 
514 

Boyd, Otis Earl 254 

Boyd, Rebecca Jean ....284 
Boyd, Robert Henry ..514 

Boyd, William T 284 

Boyette, Eddy Lucas ,,514 
Boyette, Janet Rose ..314 
Boyhan, Thomas Peter ,.284 
Boykin, Lynda L. Hall .... 
Boykin, Wm. Bcxiey ..284 

Boyle, Roberta H 254 

Brabble, Diana Faye ,,..284 
Bracey, Blanton H, Jr. ..254 

Bradford, Susan E 284 

Bradley. Margaret Kay ..198 
Bradley, Sandra Wray ,.198 
Bradley, Nancy Elaine .,514 
Bradner, Cleveland II .,198 
Brady, Johnny Thomas ..254 
Brame, Kermit D. Jr. ..284 
Brammer, Otis William .... 



.514 



Branch, Mary 

Brandon, Dennecia L. ,.314 
Brann. Lorraine W. ...284 
Branyon. John Samuel ..254 
Bray. Charles E. Ill ..314 
Brearey, Jonathan Lee ..314 
Breedlove, Irvin P. Jr. ..314 

Bremson, Thomas E 514 

Brett, Herbert M 198 

Brewer, Annie Lauren ..514 
Brewer, Betty Jean ..,.254 

Brewer, Doris Lynn 198 

Brewer, Frank Lewis ..284 
Brickhouse, Loretta M. ,.514 
Brickhouse, Herbert L 

284 
Bridgers, Blannie P. .. 254 
Bridgers, David C. Jr, ..198 

Bridgers, Helen R 198 

Bridges, David A 314 

Bright, Mary Caroline ,.284 
Briley, Betty Joan ,,..284 
Brinkley, Anne Castle .314 
Brinkley. Linda Faye ..254 
Brinn, Jack Elliott ....1S9 
Brinn, Judy Phillips ..198 
Brinn. Kathryn E. Hoff .... 

254 
Brinn. Phyllis Sue ....254 
Brinn. William J. Jr. ..198 
Brinson, James Irvin ..198 
Brinson, James Warren .... 

314 

Brite, Frances L 314 

Britt. Ann R 198 

Britt, Sandra Lee 314 

Britt, Leonard E 284 

Britt, Mary Susan ,,,.514 



Britt, Patricia Ann .. 
Britt, Rebecca Ann .. 
Britton. Arthur E. Ill 
Britton, Brenda Carol 
Britton, John Clif .. 

Britton, Joseph B 

Britton, William W, 
Broadhurst, Elizabeth 
Broadhurst, Janet C. 
Broadburst. Mary E. 
Brock, Charles E, Jr. 
Brock, Edith Marie 
Brock, Elmer C. Jr. 




This campus surely has its 
variety of birds. 



Brock, James Douglas ..: 
Brock." Ronald Owen ..: 

Brodsky. Barry H ; 

Broaden. William Mayo 



Brooks, Bonnie Sue .. 


.lOS 


Brooks, Donald Parker 


.l",^ 


Brooks. Linda Oliver 


.IW 


Brooks, Lora Camille 


.?S4 


Brooks, Katherine M. 


.^14 


Brooks, Sheila Annett 


.784 


Brothers, Marilyn Kay 


.199 


Brotton, William D. 


.^14 


Broughton. Susan R. 


.21'> 








2R4 


Brown. Danny Lee .. 


.^\A 


Brown, David Adrian 


.284 


Brown, Dora Ann .. 


.199 


Brown. Dorothy Jane 


.114 


Brown. Eliz. Bardin 




Brown. James A 


.2'i'i 


Brown. Jean Cox ...'. 




Brown, Jessie Diane . 


.114 


Brown, Justin L. Ill . . 


114 


Brown Kenneth Earl 


.284 


Brown. Lawrence M. J 




Brown, Leia Maxine . 


;^,' 


Brown, Elaine Poe .. 


,114 


Brown, Mary Joyce . 


.285 


Brown, Michael Thomas .. 




199 


Brown, Ometa Allie .. 


.114 


Brown, Patricia Ann 


.114 


Brown, Patricia J. ... 




Brown. Rebecca Ann 


.285 


Brown. Richard Lee .. 


199 


Brown. Robert C. Jr. 


.785 


Brown. Robert Dale .. 


.114 


Brown. Robert Carroll 


.199 


Brown, Thelma Ann .. 




Brown. Thomas E 


.285 


Browning. Virginia C. 


.199 


Brubaker. Betty Ann .. 


.255 


Bruce. Jannet Gow .. 


.114 






Bryan. . Bonny Ann .. 


.255 




.285 


Bryan. Judith Ann .. 




Bryan, Richard Lennie 


.114 


Bryant. Betty Jo .... 


.255 


Br\'ant, Ross Freeman 


..'85 


Bryant Roxanna 




Bryson, Melba Ruth .. 


.199 


Buck. Elbert T. Jr. .. 


.285 


Buck, William Mollis 


.255 


Bucknam, Martha C. . 


.115 


Bugg. Mary Hugh .... 


.199 


Buie Donald Nelson 


.199 


Bulla. Jane Cozart .. 


.285 


Bulla. Linda Rhea '.. 


.115 


Bullard. John Ingles .. 


.115 


BuUard. Linda N. .. 


.785 


Bullard. Mary Ann .. 


.115 


Bullard. Walter M. .. 


.199 






Bullock. Jimmie Neil 


.785 


Bullock, Lila Faye .. 


.115 


Bullock, Martha E. .. 


.115 






Bumgardner. John M. 


.285 


Bumgardner, David T. 


.199 


Bumgardner, Ronnie E. 






515 


Bunch. Henry Arlyn .. 


.115 


Bunch. John N. Jr. .. 


.115 


Bunn, Linda Dare 


.199 


Bunn, Ralph Hugh Jr. 


.255 


Bunn. Russell Donovan 






285 


Bunting, Annie L 


.115 


Bunting, Norman W. . 


.199 


Bunton. Margaret A. . 


.115 


Burgdofer. Jerry Evan 


.115 


Burgess, Wayne Thoma 


s ... 



Burgess. William L. ..285 
Burgess. Peggy Ruth ....285 
Burke. Diana Gale ....515 

Burke. John V 285 

Burnett, Myrle Jo 315 

Burnette. Jimmy D 199 

Burns, Elizabeth Ann ..285 

Burnside, Bruce M 285 

Burroughs, Candace V 

285 

Burt, Judith Lorie 199 

Burton, P. Jane 285 

Buscher, Suzanne C 199 

Butler, Charles King ....285 
Byerly, Ronald Bruce ....515 

Bynum, Catherine E 285 

Bynum, Henry L. Jr. ..200 

Bynum. Joanne M 515 

Byrd, Carol Casey 200 

Byrd, Franklin D. Ill ..285 
Byrd, Judith Carol ....200 
Byrd. Retha Faye ....285 
Byrne. Richard Lee ....285 
Byrum, Willie C 315 



Cahoon. Rose Mary 255 

Cain, Randall Scott ....200 
Cain, Ronald Norris ....315 
Cake, Marcus Powell ..315 
Calder. Leroy A. Jr. ..285 
Caldwell. Carolyn J. ...200 
Caldwell. Edward H. ..200 
Caldwell, Mary Palmer ... 

Calhoun, Brenda G 285 

Calhoun. Judy Anne 515 

Calhoun. Ruth E. W. ..200 

Callman, Diane P 115 

Calloway, Martha E 315 

Calloway, Nancy Lee 255 

Cameron, Celia Ann -.315 

Cameron. Gilbert A 315 

Cameron. Julian E. Jr 

200 
Camp, James Clifton ..285 
Cameron. Mary Lew ..515 
Campbell. Beverly Jo ..515 

Campbell. Earnest F 515 

Campbell, Howard E. ..315 
Campbell, Jack W. Ill .... 

Campbell, Martha E. ..285 
Campbell. Mary Eliz. ..285 
Campbell, Patricia A. ..285 
Campbell. Rachel Fern ..200 
Campbell, Thomas H. ..285 
Campbell, William W. ..200 
Campen, Ida Ward ....255 
Cannady, Wm. M. Jr. ..285 
Cannon, Henrietta R. ..315 

Cannon. Ina Sue 285 

Cannon, William E. ..200 

Canup, David Lee 315 

Canup, Johnny Lee 255 

Capel, Gladys Ann ....200 
Capps, Frank Albert ..200 

Capps. Paul C. Jr 285 

Carawan, Douglas D. ..285 

Carawon, Emogene 285 

Carawon. Lewis S 255 

Card. Adele Rose 515 

Carico, Jane Hayes ....255 
C-arlson, Karen Lea ....515 

Carlton, Edward V 515 

Carlton, Penelope Va. ..286 
Carman. Mary Eilleen ..200 
Carmichael, Frances C 

286 
Carney, Basil W. Jr. ..516 
Carpenter, Clara Dawn 

200 
Carpenter, James B. Jr 

255 

Carpenter, Larry M 255 

Carpenter, Mary J 286 

Carpenter. Michael R. ..316 

Carr. Charles B 200 

Carr, Donald Leach 201 

Carr, Toni Anne 516 

Carr, Virginia S 286 

Carraway, Dora Jean ..316 

Carraway, Joseph L 286 

Carraway, Peggy Lou ..286 
Carrington. Dennis H. ..201 
Carroll, Gloria Jean ..316 
Carroll, Margaret A. ..516 

Carroll, Michael D 201 

Carson, John F. Jr 316 

Carter. Beverly Jo ....516 
Carter, Brenda Helen ,,..286 
Carter. David Edward ..516 

Carter. Elaine J 255 

Carter, Elinor M 286 

Carter, Lelia M 255 

Carter, Michele Rae ,...255 

Carter. Parker Wm 286 

Carter, Patricia Ann 516 

Carter, Ronald Wayne ..255 

Carter, Wm. Casper 5l6 

Cartwright, Martha E. ..516 

Casey. Frances D 255 

Casey, Linda Kay 201 



Cashion. James Ed Jr. ..286 
Cason, Mollie Jane ....201 
Casper. Wm. Thomas ..255 
Castell, William J. Jr. ..516 

Castelloe, Mary C 189 

Gates, Philip B 255 

Catoe, Jacob Marshall ..255 

Caudle. Richard L 286 

Caulberg. Sandra W 316 

Cavenaugh. Linda Rose .... 
316 
Caviness, Betty Gail ....255 
Cayton, Carl Delray ....255 
Chadwick. Richard H. ..201 
Chadwick, Vernon Paul .... 



316 
Chambers, Harold S. ..316 
Chambers, Bobby Lee ..256 
Chamblee. Jane Elane ..516 
Chamblee, Lois Diana ..256 
Chandler. Judith Lynn ..201 

Chandler. Lynn B 516 

Chapman. James Allen ..286 
Chapman, Thomas F. ..256 
Chappell, Angela Kaye ..316 

Chappell. Bertie S 516 

Chappell, Brenda D. ..201 

Chappell, Ellen D 286 

Chappell, Robert H 201 

Charles, Elizabeth J. ..256 

Charles. Pamela L 516 

Charlton, Linda Sue .... 201 
Charron, Raymond B. ..516 

Chanihas. Helen C 256 

Cheek, Jerry Leon 201 

Cheek, Wesley Baxter ..201 

Chenworth, Kathryn A 

316 

Cheroff, Richard P 286 

Cherry. Betty L 286 

Cherry, Donna Lee 316 

Cherry, Gerald Lee ....316 

Cherry, Janet A 286 

Cheshire, Nancy Lou ..316 
Cheshire, William E. ..201 
Chesson, Hilton O. Jr. ..256 
Chiarenza, Anthony A. ..201 
Chickering. Elizabeth ..255 

Childers, Robert L. Jr 

316 
Childress, Bobby Lee ....256 

Chilton, Larry W 286 

Chisholm. Hilda E 201 

Chitty. Thomas G 516 

Christenbury. Judy M. ..286 
Christensen. Judith A. ..316 
Christopher, Lina C. ..256 

Churchill. Ann C 256 

CIgnotti. Francis M 316 

Claiborne. Marsha Ann 

516 
Clamp, Julie Camille ..316 
Clapp. Alvis Ronald ....286 
Clark, Burke Paris ....516 
Clark, Donna Beth ,...516 
Clark. George E. Jr. ..517 
Clark, Gwendolyn A. ..189 
Clark, Jeanette T. 



Clark. Linda T. Gil 



201 



Clark, Mary Eliz 286 

Clark, Mary Lee 201 

Clark, Phyllis Gayle ..517 
Clark, Ruby Jacquelin ..286 

Clark, Sandra L 256 

Clark, Virginia Ann ,...317 

Clark, Wayne A 201 

Clark, William Edward .... 

202 
Clark, William Hunter .... 

202 
Clarke, Sammie Jean ..,.202 
Clayton, Lemuel B. Jr. ..517 

Clegg; Eleanor J 286 

Clement, John Raymond 

256 
Clement, Nancy Jean ..317 
Cline. Barbara Carol ..2S6 

Cline. Fred Ray 202 

Cline. Harold Wayne ...256 
Clough. David Neil ....286 

Clymer, William J 256 

Coates. James Edwin ....286 
Coats, David Manrin ....202 

Coats. Rose Marie 256 

Coats, Saundra Leigh ..517 
Cobb, Lester M. Jr. ..202 
Cobb, Richard Eugene ..286 
Cobb, Richard Rogers ..256 

Cobb, Vaden Leroy 286 

Coble, James D 256 

Coble, Julia Lamm ....317 
Coble, Mary Elizabeth ..202 

Coble, Sara Jane 202 

Coblenz, Daniel S 202 

Cochran, Francis W. Ir 

286 
Cochran, Joan Dupree ..317 
Cochran, Randolph C. ..256 

Cochrane, Robert D 317 

Cockman. James E 286 

Coffield, Brenda Ann ..317 



Coggins, Frances R 517 

Coghill, Conrad C. Jr. ..202 
Coghill, Joanne Rose ..317 
Cohoon, Hal Walter ....256 

Cole, Donald W 286 

Cole, Gloria Ann 117 

Cole, Karen Elizabeth ..517 

Cole, Lena Clare 286 

Cole. Margaret Louise ..202 

Cole, Patricia Van 517 

Cole, Rebecca Anne ....517 

Cole. Susan Irene 256 

Cole. Terry Paul 202 

Cole, Walter Ervin 256 

Coleman, Alice 517 

Coleman, Barbara A. ..256 
Coleman, Elizabeth S, ..202 
Coleman, Margaret Ann 

202 
Coleman, Maurice A. Jr. .. 

286 
Coley. James Phillip ...317 
Collie. Jenny Dianne ..517 
Colie. Ruth Carolyn ..517 
Collier, Becky Jean ....117 

Collins. Juanita 1 517 

Collins, Judith Ann ..286 
Collins, Ricky Jane ....517 
Collins. Sylvia Diane ..286 
Collin, Walla — 



.256 



Collins, William Max 
Colston, William H. 
Colwell. Brenda Kate ..256 
Combs, Billie Gray ....117 
Combs, Carol Ann ....202 
Comer. Lois Margaret ..517 
Comer. Wayne Douglas 

286 
Comfort, David Maule ..517 
Conaway. Richard Erie ..317 

Conn. Mary Jane 203 

Connell. Daniel R 517 

Connors, Charles E 256 

Conrad, David Paul .,..317 

Conrad, Virginia D 286 

Conway, John Wm 317 

Conway, Judith Louise ..203 

Cook. Charlie H 203 

Cook, James Arthur 286 

Cook, Peggy Jean ....317 

Cooke. Connie Kaye 256 

Cooke, Elizabeth W. ..317 

Cooke, Gladvs W 203 

Coon, John William ....256 
Cooper, Cvnthia Jean ..317 
Cooper, Gilbert G. Jr. ..287 

Cooper, Grady E. Jr 256 

Cooper, Mary Louise 256 

Cooper, Sandra Lynne ..287 
Cootes, Carolyn Clark ..317 

Copeland, Jasper W 256 

Copeland, Randolph H 

317 
Copeland, Sue Ellen ....317 

Copple, Carl B 256 

Coram, Mary Lynn 518 

Corbett, Annie Sarah ..203 

Corbett. Dianne 257 

Corbett, Douglas Ray ..287 
Cordell. Albert Oram ..518 
Coston, Mary Angela ..257 
Gotten, Jerry Wayne ..287 
Gotten, Joseph W. Jr. ..118 

Gotten, Vista Kay 518 

Cotton, Aileen Kay 518 

Council. Melba Joy P. ..203 
Coward, Jan Sellers ....203 

Coward, Julia W 318 

Cowart, John William ..287 

Cowell. Betty 257 

Cowcll. Rebecca Anne ..257 

Cox, Carol Lynne 318 

Cox, Cornelia 1 287 

Cox, Delia Ann 518 

Cox, Etta Joyce 201 

Cox, Evelyn Craiee 257 

Cox, Henry Cleveland ..257 
Cox. Jane McBrvde ....118 
Cox, Janice Jenkins ....257 

Cox. Jimmy Ray 318 

Cox. Judith Diane ....118 

Cox. Linda Dare 205 

Cox, Linda Ruth S 257 

Cox, Marion Evelyn 205 

Cox, Mary Lendell 518 

Cox, Norman Joseph 203 

Cox. Ottis G. Jr 287 

Cox, Richard C. Jr 203 

Cox, Samuel Henry 287 

Cox, Samuel Mewborn ..257 

Cox. Sue Lvnnette 118 

Cox, Wesley Don 518 

Coyle, Marcia Lee ....518 
Cozart, Cassandra Lee ..203 
Cozart, Thomas Morris ..257 
Crabtree. Martha Anne ..287 
Craft, Hollis Glenn ....203 

Craig. Larry Ray 318 

Cramer, Judith Fay ....318 

Crane. Peter Blue 287 

Cranford, Charles Ray ..257 
Cranford, Judy Susan ..318 
Cratch, Billie Jean ....257 
Cravotta, Julia Bell ....205 
Crawford. Diane Elise ..257 
Crawford. Kay Ellen ....257 
Crawford, Norwood F. ..189 



Crawley, Barbara Sue 


.318 


Crayton. James Ed Jr. 


.287 


:reech, Charles W. .. 






.287 


Creech, Helen D. .. 


.203 


Creech. Joseph Glenn 


.257 




.287 


Ireech. Judeth A 


.318 


Creech, Lois Carol .... 


.203 


Creech, Minnie L 


.204 


Zreech, Wm. Douglas 


.204 


Creegan. Faye Marie .. 


.204 


Crenshaw, Linda Ann 




Crew, John Allen .. 


..287 


Crippen. Gilbert Wm. 


..204 


Crisp, Betty Lou 


..287 


Crisp, Linda Faye 


.204 


Crocker. Frances A. .. 


..257 


Crocker, Linda Brooks 


..287 


Croll. Nancy Jane .. 


..287 


Cromwell. John G. Jr. 


..318 


Croom, Anne Carol . 


..257 


Croom, Emily Lou ... 




Croom. Frances Elaine 


..287 


Croom, John Roy 


..204 


Crosby, Sandra Gail .. 


..287 


Cross. Carol Jean .... 


..287 


Cross. James L. ... 


..189 


Cross. Sharon Lynne .. 


..318 


Crotts, Stephen Wiley 


..257 


Crouse, Peggy Jo .... 


..518 


Crowder. Janice Gay .. 


..318 


Crowder, Richard Wm 






204 


Crowell. Brenda Diane 


..204 


Crowell. Wm. John Jr 






287 


Crowley, Linda Lee .. 


..318 


Croxton. Hilda Ann .. 


..287 


Crumpler, Charles P. 


..204 


Crutchfield, Phyllis .. 


..257 


Culbreth. Reese M. Jr. 


..318 


Cullipher, Ruby Faye 


..318 


Culpepper, Victoria J. 


..287 


Cummings, Delia Davi 






189 


Cummings, George W. 


..257 


Cummings, William D 






257 


Cummings, Zeb C. Ill 


..318 


Cuningham, Sydney G 






287 


Curl, Ralph Donnell 


..518 


Currie, Cecilia Pearl . 


..204 


Currie, Robert Austin 


..118 


Currin, Glenda Faye 


..287 


Currin, Percy Tony . 


..518 


Currin, Phyllis Anne . 


..287 


Currin, Sandra Eve . 


..287 


Curtis, Mary Grace . 


..318 


Cuthrell. Donna D. . 


..518 


Cuthriell. William T. 


..518 


Cutler, Betty Kay ... 


..518 


Cutts, Carma Lee 


..257 


Cygan, Joel Roger ... 


..287 


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Daddona. Carl Louis . 


..257 


Dail, Delia Raye ... 


..287 


Dail, James Ronald . 


..257 


Dail. Robbie Nile . 


..257 


Dalton. Pamela Jane . 


..287 


Dalton, Roger Dale . 


..318 


Daly. George D. Jr. 


..204 


Daly. Janet Kae ... 


..204 


Daly Norma Jane 




Dambrosio. Louis A. . 


..204 


Damiani, Carole Yvett 


..319 


Damren, Douglas M. 


..319 


Daniel, Anne C. ... 


..287 


Daniel, Ben Adams . 


..287 


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Daniel. Darryl Thoma 

Daniel, Gayle Jane C. 
Daniel, Shirley Marie 
Daniel. Wm. Lee Jr. 
Daniels. Ben Wayne . 
Daniels. Brenda Joyce 
Daniels. Candace A. . 
Daniels, Charles E. Jt 

Daniels, Jane Bolton . 



D.inie 


s, .limmy R 2 


Danie 


s. Margaret I.ee ..3 


Danie 


s. William H : 


Dardc 


1, Carl Douclas ..2 


Darde 


1. Sarah Evelyn ..2 


Dark. 


Lois Elaine ....2 


Darnell. I.inda Sue ....2 


Daueh 


erty. Carol E 2 


DauRherty, Micheal P. ..^ 


Dauchtry, Carolyn J, ..2 


Daushtry. Elizabeth M. . 


Dauchtry, Ellen Eliz. ..3 


DauRhtry. Ronnie C 2 


Davenport. Andrew 2 


Davenport. Bertram I.. ..2 


Daven 


port. Charles S. ..3 


Davenport. Dana I.ee ..2 


Daves 


Betty Louise ..2 


David 


nn Anne M 3 


David 


on. Tondra C. ..2 




Archie D 2 




Barbara Jean ....2 


Davis 


Basil R. Jr 


Davis. 


Carolyn U 2 




Curtis Mack ....2 




Diane Wade ....■: 


Davis 


Doris Ann ....2 


Davis 


Emery Turner ....3 


Davis 




Davis 


Frances Moore ..2 


Davis 


Gary Ernell ....2 


Davis 


Georcia Eliz 2 


Davis 


Gradv GeorRc ....2 


Davis 




Davis 


James C. Jr 2 


Davis 


Jeffrey C 3 


Davis, 


loseph R. Tr. ...2 


Davis 


Kathleen K 2 


Davis 


Katherine Lee ....2 


Davis 


Leslie Almnn ....2 


Davis 


Lyia Dale 2 


Davis 


Mary Lelch ....2 


Davis 


Nancy Gale ....2 


Davis 


Ronall Richard .. 


Davis 


Ronnie L 2 


Davis 


Sallv Ann ....2 


Davis 


Sandra Anita ....2 


Davis 


Sandra Rae 


Davis 


Sandra Taylor ..2 


Davis 


Susan 1 2 


D.ivls 




D.ivis 


Wm. Speed Jr. ..2 


Davis 


Wm. Thomas ..2 


Davison, Ruth Elaine . .' 


Dawsr 


n. Linda Smith ..2 


Day, 


David Ward ....3 


Day. 


Sandra Jeanne ....2 


Day. 


Theodore Malcolm 


Day. 


William Jerry ....3 


Deal. 


Jackie W 2 


Deal 


Madeline Eliz. ..2 


Deal, 


Phyllis Marie ....3 


Deal, 


Wm. Freeze ....2 


Dean. 


Howard N. Jr. ..2 


Dean 


Ronald Gray ....2 


Dean. 


Thomas Walker ..3 



Deans. Nancy Saundra ..258 
Deans. Thomas Larry ..319 
Dcaton, Elizabeth Ann ..2R8 
Dcbnam. Danny Keith ..258 
Decker, William Ed ....288 
Dcdmond. Robert E. ...258 
Decsc. Marsha Joan ....258 

Dcctz. Jean Ann 319 

Dcjong. Elizabeth M. ..319 
Delbridgc. Carole D. ..258 

Dcllinger. Henry S 319 

Delong, Margaret Ann ..2(15 
Dcluca. Katrinka Kim ..319 
Dcmillc. Frank Robert ... 

2RR 
Dement. Thomas J. Jr. ..319 
Dennis. Christopher L. ..288 
Dennis, John H. Ill ..319 
Dennis. Joyce Fayc ....288 
Dennis, Leila Grace ....258 
Denny. Marilyn Kaye ..319 
Denton. Aileen Ruth . .20fi 
Dcntnn. Emily Carole ..288 
Denton, Sandra Jean ..2n('i 
Derrickson. Vivian M. ..288 

Devanc. fharles M 258 

Dcvido, Gregory James .... 

319 
Dew. Janet Marie ....319 
Dew. I.ucilc Maria ....2nC 
DiCamiUo. Lewis G. ...258 
Dick, James Edward ....258 
Dickens. Frances Ann ..319 
Dickens. James Robert ..258 
Dickens, Judy Ann ....288 

Dickens, Nancy Jo 319 

Dickens, Wm. Irvin II ..288 
Dickcrman. Kathleen A 

319 

Dickerson, Lyman B 258 

Dijnseph. Lynn Marie ..319 
Dilda. Kenneth Wayne .... 

288 
Dild.iy. Johnny Cohen ..258 
Dilday. Robert Levy ....20fi 
Dill. Samuel Moore ....319 
Dineen, Michael James ..288 

Disher. Richard M 320 

Dittmer. Arlenc 1 20(; 

Diuguid. Frank S. Ill ..20fi 
Dixon. Barbara Lane ..320 
Dixon. Calvert R. Jr. ..320 
Dixon. Brenda Diannc ..2nfi 
Dixon, Marv Maxine ..320 
Dixon, Melda Fayc ...258 

Dodd, William C 288 

Dodds. Linda Elaine ....288 
Dodson, Claude Bolen . 258 
Dodson. Thomas A. Jr 

288 
Doggett. Carol Ann ..320 

Doherty. Gerald M 258 

Donald, Marguerite ....320 

Donohuc. Paul J 258 

Doriot, Mary Phyllis ....258 
Dorsey, Neil Edward ..206 

Dosik, Ellis Ray 320 

Doub. Linda Gray ....206 

Doty, Frank S. Jr 288 

Doty. Sylvia Davis ....206 

Doughtie, Joan L 288 

Dowd, Robert Edward ..258 

Dowdy, Audrey V 258 

Dowdy. Betty Lou 258 

Dowdy. Ronald Eugene — 

206 
Dozier. Agnes Fey ....320 

Dozier, Priscilla 258 

Dozier. Sylvia A 206 



Drake, Nancy Jo . . 
Drake. Patricia Ann 
Drake. Richard E. 
Drake. Roger W. Jr. 
Draper, Brenda G. 
Draper. Walter Gene 



206 



Driggers. Judy Boney ..206 
Driver. Charles M. Jr. ..288 

Drye. Barbara L 320 

Dryden. Wm. Conant ..320 
Duchcsney, Susan Gail ..320 
Duckworth. Wm. Ervin 

206 
Dudley. Bonnie Meiggs 

189 
Dudley. Charles David ..258 
Dudley, Dennis Allen ..258 
Dudley. Judy Lavinia ..320 

Dunbar, Donna Kay 320 

Dunbar. James K 258 

Dunaway. Donald J 288 

Duncan. Carey Anne ....320 
Duncan. Diana Wright .... 

320 
Duncan. Robert T. Jr. ..?88 
Duncan. Wanda June ..258 
Dunn. Byron Kendall ..258 
Dunn. Eva Elaine ....259 

Dunn. Jennie Sue 288 

Duprec, Shirley Ann ....259 
Durant, David Henry ..259 
Durham. Hilda Gray ..320 
Durr. George W. Jr. ..320 
Dutton. Douglas M. ..320 
Duty, Kenneth Eugene ..320 
Dyer. Gary Kent 320 



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Eager. Edwin French 
Earnhardt. Patricia D. 
Eason. William T. .. 
Eatmnn. Frankie Ann 
Eanes. Clifton Wayne 
Earnhardt. Linda K. 
Earp. Mary Anne .. 
Eason. Brenda Carol 
Eason, Roberta Anne 
Eastwood. Norman E. 
Eastwood, Wm. Dwigh 

Ebcrt. Donna McNeill 
Eckard, Donna Gayle 
Edgerton, Carol Faye 
Edwards, Agnes Louise 
Edwards, Audrey Page 
Edwards, Brenda Ellen 
Edwards, Charlotte E. 
Edwards. Christopher . 
Edwards. Diana Weldo 



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259 

Edwards. Joseph C 289 

Edwards, Liston G 289 

Edwards, Mary Anne ..289 
Edwards, Rebecca W. ..320 
Edwards, Richard D. ..259 
Edwards. Sandra R. ..289 
Edwards. Stanley E. ...289 

Edwards. Tana F 289 

Edwards. Tracy C 207 

Efird. Jean Alice ....207 
Efland. Donald C. ...289 

Ehrmann. Robert J 207 

Eichorn. Dennis Earl ..289 
Ejlali, Hamid Abdol ..207 
Ejlali, Majid Abdol ..207 

Elam, William H 320 

Elder. Sara Jcanctte ....259 

Elekes. Jo Anne 207 

Eli.as. Gloria Jean ....259 
Elkins. Robert Brame ..289 

Eller. Charlotte 1 320 

Ellcr, Rebecca I.ee ....259 
Elliott, Brice Robert ....259 

Elliott, Elton T 320 

Elliott, Joan Eliz 207 

Elliott. Judith Rose ..207 
Elliott, Linda Carol ....320 
Elliott, Linda Eunice ..259 
Elliott. Martha Lee ....289 

Elliott. Robert H 321 

Elliott, Sarah Eliz 321 

Elliott, Sharon Leigh ..321 
Ellis, Margaret Dancy ..521 
Ellis, Ronald Alton ....259 
Elmore, Amaziah W. 
Elmore, Brenda Diane 
Elmore, Linda Faye ..259 

Elmore. William E 321 

Elmore. Wm. Robert Jr. ... 

207 

Embler, Joe Frank 289 

Emory, Christine S 289 

England, Carolyn R 207 

Engic, Melody 321 

English, Alinda Lee ....289 



.259 



English. John Claude 
Ennis. Sarah Ellen 
Ennis. Walter Michael 

Ennis. Wayne I 

Entzmingcr. Theodore 
Equils. James W. , 
Erskinc. Thomas C. 

Esharn. David Elisha 
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Paul Johny 3 


Estes 


Joseph C. Ill ..3 


Estrin 


Rosalie B 2 


Euhanks. Linwood G. ..2 


F.uliss 


Daniel B 2 


Eure, 


Jacquelyn P 2 


Kvans 


Albert L. in ....2 


Evans 


Audrey Kay ....2 


Evans 


Betsy Lou 2 


Evans 


Carolyn Louise ..2 


Fv.ins 


Carolyn R 3 


Evans 


Crystal 1 2 




Daniel F 3 


Evans 


Donald E 3 


Evans 


Linda Ann 3 


Evans. 


Nancy Elizahet ..32 


Evans 


Patricia Nell ....2 


Evans 


Patsy Gibson ....32 


Evans. 


Peggy Joan 3. 



Evans. Susan Ward .. 
Everett. Betty Carol .. 

Everett, Jane E 

Everett, Priscilla A. 
Everett. Shirley Anne 
Everett. William R. Jr 

Everctte. Mildred F. .. 
Everett. Ronald D. .. 
Everhart. Robert G. Ir. 
Everson. Marshcl W. 
Evick. Paulettc Kay .. 
Ewell, Grace Louise .. 
Eways. Kamai Peter ,. 
Ezell. David Nathan 



Fairless. Brenda R. . 
Fairlcss. Charlotte E. 
Fairly. Eugenia C. . 
Fairrington. C. Jane . 
Falabclla. Michael ... 

Falls. Ida Jane 

Fann. Donnie Ruth L. 

Fann. Sandra I 

Fann. Shclia D. ... 
Farabow. Jeanne E. . 

Farcll. Judy E 

Farmer. Carolyn Mae 
Farmicr. Claudettc C. 
Farmer. Frank D. Jr. 
Farmer. James Oscar 
Farmer. Mary Tyler . 
Farmer. Pamela K. . 
Farthing. Michclc P. . 
Faucette. Jefferson H. 
Faulkner. Charlccne B 



Fearing. Alan B. ... 
Fedcrici. Robert A. . 
Fegan. Harold James . 
Fclton, Elbert P. ... 
Felton. Larry L. ... 
Fennell. Mary M. . 
Fenstermacher, Wm. C 

Ferens, Martha Ellen 
Ferguson, Barbara A. 
Ferguson, Dorothy R. 
Ferguson. Evelyn Jean 
Ferrell. ' ' " 






Linda P. 



Robert J. ... 
Fetzer. Daniel J. ... 
Fields, Charles R . 
Fields. William Geo 
Finch. Charlie C. . 
Finch. Patricia Ann . 
Fincher. Benjamin E. 
Fmman. Edward D. 
Finn. Ronald Walton 
Finney. Larry Gale . 
Fischer. Catherine R. 
Fisher. Betty Joanne 
Fisher. Dorothy G. ., 

Fisher. Douglas 

Fittcrman, Bonny Y. ., 
Fitts, Donald James .. 
Fitzgerald. David Jr. 
Fitzgerald. Douglas H. 
Fleming, Dennis Byron 
Fletcher, Gregory W. 
Flowe. Rebecca Kay 
Flowers. Aydren D. ., 
Flowers. Brenda Ruth 
Flowers. Dixie Ruth .. 
Flowers, Peggy Ann . 
Floyd, James Monroe 
Fochler. Ronald Henry 
Fontaine. Linda Lee . 
Foos. Gail Eliz. ... 
Forbes, Charles E. . 



Forbes. Ida Louise ....322 

Forbes. Judith 1 260 

Forbes, George D. Jr. ..322 
Forbes, Mary Margaret ..3.^2 

Forbes. Patricia Jean 322 

Forbes, Vernon M. Jr, ..289 

Ford. Amna Ann 290 

Ford. Anthony T 290 

Fordc. Malcolm Fulton 



Forrest. Kay Irene 
Fornash. Steven R. 
Foster, Chas. Dean 
Foster. D. Marie 
Foster. Evelyn R. 
Foster. James B. . 



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Foster. Lorctta Nell 
Foster. Richard Way 
Foster. Sally Ann 
Foster. Stephen C. 
Foster, Susan Carol 
Foushec. Shirley Lynn .,32 
Foushec. Sylvia G. .. 
Fowle, Robert A. .. 
Fowler. Eleanor T. .. 

Fowler, Glory W 

Fowler, John Clcaland 
Fowler, Larry Allen ., 
Fowler. Pamela D, .. 
Fowler. Rebecca Ann .. 

Fowler. Vicki Jo 

Fox. Minnie Sue 

Fox. Patricia Jean .. 
Frankhouscr. David G. 



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260 
Franklin. Ben H, III ,,260 
Franklin, Dara I.ynne ..322 
Franklin. James Troy ..290 

Franklin. Joel H 26n 

Franks. Donald Ray 290 

Frazicr. David Camden .... 

290 
Frazier. James R. Jr. ..209 
Frazzelle, Clarence W, ..209 
Freeman, Catherine A. ..290 
Freeman. Nancy Faye .,209 
Freeman. Sheila Lynn ..322 

Freudig. Frank F 290 

Fridley, Claude R 290 

Fritz, Ivey Jean 290 

Frnnlis, Shelley E 322 

Frohman, Shirley 322 

Frye. Donald G 290 

Fryc. Michael Wray ..322 
Fulghum. Janet Louise ..322 
Fulghum. Nancy Gray ..322 

Fuller. John P 290 

Fuller. Joseph F 260 

Fuller. Judy Gold 260 

Fullerton. Martha S 260 

Fulton. Norma J 322 

Furman. Gac Diane ....260 

Furr. Wm. Price 209 

Fussell. Ella Mae ....323 

Fussell. Kenny C 209 

Fussell, Linda C 290 

Fussell. Robin Lane 290 

Futrell, Elizabeth F. ...209 



Gaddis. John Reginald 
Gaddy. William Paul 

Gaffney, John J 

Gagnon, Camilla S. ., 
Gainey. Glenda Vivian 
Gainey. Granville Jr. 
Gallimorc. Richard L, 
Galloway. Patricia F. 
Galloway. Patricia L, 
Gamble. Anna Virginij 

Gard. Bettie Worth .. 
Gardiner. Chandler B. 
Garbett. Earl W. Jr. 
Gardner, Clyde Brooks 
Gardner. Gary Lane . 
Gardner. Judith Faye 
Gardner. Thomas M. 
Gardner. Vivian Alyce 
Garmon, Kenneth S. 
Garner, Jerry Wayne . 



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Garner, Lula Kay ,,. 
Garner. Priscilla Jo . 
Garrett. Faye Carol . 
Garrett. Mary Edith , 
Garrett. Peggy D. ... 
Garrett. Sandra Fave 
Garrett. Sandra Jean 
Garrett. Wm. Vernon 
Garris. William R 
Garrison. Judith A. T, 
Garriss. Charity Evon 
Gaskill. Mary Ella . 
Gaskill, William Karl 
Gaster. Archie Dillon 
Gates. Johnnie Clyde 
Catling, Frank P. ... 



472 



Gautier. Judith Ann ....290 
Gay. Veronica Anne ...210 

Gaynor. Arlene Joan 210 

Gaynor, Beverly Jo ....290 
Geddy, Henry Meredith .. 
210 
Gehman. Adrienne D. ..290 
Gentry, Herman A. Jr. ..210 
Gentry, Kathryn Rose ..261 

Gentry, Linda C 290 

Gentry, Mary Ann ....290 

Gentry. Georgye Lea 261 

Gerdcman. Robert B. Jr. .. 

Gerock. Sue Elaine ....32} 

Gibbs. James E 210 

Giddings, Barry M 261 

Gifford. Richard 290 

Gilbert. Mark Ronald ..323 

Giles, Bonnye Lynn 261 

Giles, Linda Gayle ....323 
Giles. Woodson Doyle ..32 3 

Gill. Shurley Louise 210 

Gillikin. Ann Eleanor ..323 
Gillette. Charles Guy ..525 

Gilley. Frances A 290 

Gilliam, Anne S 290 

Gillikin, Havwood W. ..210 

Gillis, William J 290 

Girvin, Ethel Carr ,...323 

Glasgow. Jane C 323 

Glass, Milton A. Jr. ..32 3 
Gleason, Mary Judith ..210 
Glazier. Linda Anna ..290 
Glisson, Lawrence M. ..210 
Glosson. Henry B. Ill ..323 
Glover, Donna Irene ..323 
Glover, Julia Douglas ..32 3 

Glover. Mary Eliz 261 

Godfrey, Horace David 

323 

Godfrey. James E 26l 

Godwin. Rose Marie ..323 

Goe. Mary Ellen 525 

Goepper, William Dant .. 

323 

Goff. Susan 323 

Goforth, Ronnie Lynn -.261 
Goheen. David Evan ....323 

Goings, Janie Sue 32 3 

Goins. Fred T. Jr 325 

Coins, Ralph Michael ..261 

Goins, Sherry Gail 290 

Goldston, Mildred Ann .... 

Golding, Diannc 32 3 

Goldfarb, Martin Jay ..325 
Gooch, Catherine Rose ..210 
Gooden, Patricia Ann ..32 3 

Gooding. Eva May 200 

Goodman. Nancy B 325 

Goodman. Svlvia L 524 

Goodnight. Larry M. ..261 
Goodrich, Gladys Ann ..324 
Goodwin, Betty Jo .,..261 
Goodwin. Judith Gail 524 
Goodwin, Marv Sheila ..261 
Goodwin, Stephen R. ..210 
Goodwin, William E. ..210 
Gordon, Jerry Glenda ..261 
Gordon, Michael David 

324 
Gordon. Thomas Dane ,.211 

Gottschalk. Virginia 324 

Gould, Lindscy M 290 

Goyen, Geneva Lynn ..324 

Grady. Judith L 324 

Graham. Gary C 290 

Graham. Janice R 290 

Graham. Kay Frances ..26i 

Gralick. Joseph A 290 

Grant. Gerald Lee 211 

Grandolfi, Pamela Ann .... 

524 

Grant. Linwood H 290 

Grantham, Claude S. ..261 
Grantham. Dorothy E. ..291 
Gravatt. Wm. Nelson ..324 

Graves. Edward C 524 

Gray. Clara Annette 291 

Gray. Gloria Uzzell ....211 

Gray. Joanne 29t 

Gray. Jo Anne 324 

Gray. John Thurston ..26] 

Gray. Mericc A 291 

Gray. Sandra Louise 291 

Graybeal. Kay Sandra ..26l 

Greason, Sudy Kaye 261 

Green. Lisa 291 

Green. Nell Hubbard ..3^4 

Greene. Barbara A 261 

Greene, Julian Earl ....?•• 1 
Greene. Kelly Edward ..261 
Greene, Margaret Ella ,.211 

Greenlee. Harold R 261 

Greenway, Dennis C. ..291 

Gregg. Gerald B 291 

Gregory. David B 291 

Gregory. Timothy G. ..261 

Gregory. William E 191 

Greiner, Suzanne L 324 

Gresh. Edward Leon ....291 

Griffin. Carol Eliz 291 

Griffin. Carolyn J 291 

Griffin. Carla Lee ....324 
Griffin. James B 211 



Griffin, Janet Thomas ..261 

Griffin. Patricia E 211 

Griffin. Rebecca Faye ..291 

Griffin, Susan 261 

Griffin, Susan C 291 

Griffith. Malcolm P 211 

Grimes, Kathy Quinn ..524 

Grimes. Robert L 291 

Grimsley, Chestley W, ..211 

Grimsley, Jimmie R 261 

Grissom, Charles E 291 

Grissom, Dennis M 261 

Grissom, Hilda Ruth ....261 
Groce. David Leonard ..262 

Grogan, Lucy Allen 262 

Grotgen. Mary Frances ..262 

Grothc. Rolland E 524 

Grubbs, John Wilson ,.262 
Guice, Nina Virginia ..262 

Guin. Mary Neal 291 

Gulley, Thomas L 291 

Gunter. Robert Chls. ...2''-2 
Gupton, Frances Jean ..262 

Gupton, Joyce Anne 291 

Gupton, Milton C 524 

Gurganus. Marcia A. ,.291 
Gurganus, Patricia F. ..211 
Gurganus, Sandra Sue ..524 
Gustafson, Carol Ann ..291 
Gutbcrlet, Michael J. ..291 
Guthrie, Carl Coleman ..291 
Guthrie. Donna Jean ..524 
Guthrie. Jean Malloy ..262 
Gutterman. Herbert E. ..291 

Gutyar. Frances Jo 262 

Guy, Dan Miller 211 

Guy, Harry Douglas 291 

Guy, John Alva 291 

Gwaltney, Betty Jo 524 

Gwaltney, Mildred V, ..211 

Gwin, Mary Gertrude ,.291 

Gwynne, Matthew K. Ill .. 

291 



Hackney, Bonnie Eliz. ..211 

Hackney. Elisa T 211 

Hackworth, Cecil Leon .... 

262 
Haddad, Selim John ....211 
Haddock. Larue Dunn ..211 
Haddock, Linda Faye ..291 
Haddock. Virginia C. ..262 
Hadley. Stephen Ross ..524 
Hagwood, Ricky Gordon .. 

324 
Hahn, Anna Louise ...324 
Hahn, Jeffrey Carl ....262 
Hale. Edward Davis ....262 

Hale, Sara Frances 262 

Hales. Mary Ann 324 

Hall, Alma Brown 1R9 

Hall, Carol Lillian ....262 

Hall, Deborah Gene 524 

Hall. Dorothy Ann 211 

Hall. George Perry Jr. ..262 
Hall. John Carroll ....291 
Hall. Martha Faye ....189 
Hall. Michal Cornelia ..524 
Hall. Nancy Thomas ....524 
Hall. Pamela Kate ....262 
Hall. Robert Haywood ..324 

Hall, Roy Burton 324 

Hall, Thelma Eugenia .,524 
Hall, Thelma Kay ....291 

Halliburton, Jean L 524 

Hambric, Dianne 324 

Hamer, John F. Ill 212 

Hamilton. Michael G. ..291 
Hamilton. Stephen H. ..212 
Hammond. James T. ...212 
Hampton. Mary Anne ..324 
Hamrick. Walter Ray ..291 
Hand. James William ..291 
Handlon. James Wm. ..524 
Handy. Margaret H. ..262 
Hanes. Donald Louis ..212 
Haney. Jr. William A. ..212 

Hanner. David C 324 

Hansen, Linda Reid 291 

Hansen. Walfred J 291 

Hanshaw, Edward Paul ... 

325 

Hanson, Carole C 325 

Hardee, Daniel Ed 291 

Hardee, Margaret Dean 

262 
Hardee. Robert Morris ..212 
Hardee. Roger Burney ..291 
Hardin, Susan Jane ....212 
Hardison. Allie Linda -.262 
Hardison, Clifton Lee ..291 

Hardison, Neal F 292 

Hardison. Sm'th Paul ..212 

Hardison, Vivian J 325 

Hardy. Barbara Ann ....262 
Hardy. Donna Blanche ..325 
Hardy. Herman Arthur 

325 
Hardy. Mary Evelyn ..262 
Hargett. Cecil S. Jr. ..325 

Harmon. Gerald K 325 

Harmon, Joan Patricia ..262 



212 



Harmon, William K. ..2' 
Harpe, Henry Clifton ..2i 
Harper, James S. Jr. ..2' 
Harper, Joe John Jr, . .1\ 
Harper, Susan Carol ,.3: 
Harrell. Barbara Jean ,.2i 
Harrell, Bennett M. ...5: 

Harrell. Charlie R 2' 

Harrell, Clinton F 2i 

Harrell. Judith T. 
Harrell. Sandra Fay< 
Harrell. Shirley Jean ..29: 
Harrington. Edgar L. ..2i: 
Harrington. James Jr. ..29; 
Harrington, Marion R. ..29: 
Harrington, Ricky T. ..2i: 
Harrington, William A. .. 



Harris. Aletia Dell ....292 

Harris, Barbara E 525 

Harris, Carlton W 292 

Harris, Carolyn Jo 292 

Harris, Dolores R 292 

Harris, Donald C 292 

Harris, Graham Vance ..32 5 

Harris. Haywood D 212 

Harris. Henry Stith ....525 
Harris, James Michael ..262 
Harris, John Franklin ..325 
Harris, John T. Ill ...262 

Harris. Marsha K 292 

Harris, Martha T 325 

Harris, Mary Catherin ..212 

Harris. Nancy Lea 212 

Harris. Robert James ,..3 '5 
Harris. Sarah Ellen ...292 



Rae 



Harris, Shelley Sue ....2"^ 
Harrison, Albert K. ..212 
Harrison, Chester F, ..262 
Harrison. Elizabeth G. ..262 
Harrison. Jane Lea ....325 

Harrison. Martha S 292 

Harrison. Nancy Carol ..525 
Harrison, Sandra Kay ..292 

Harrison, Svlvia A 212 

Harrison. Ted ONell ..262 
Harrison. William E. ..292 

Harriss. Judy Celene 32 5 

Hart. Eleanor Frances ..213 

Hart. Kay 325 

Hartnett. Albert M 32 5 

Hartsell. Harriet G 292 

Harvell. Margaret M. ..213 
Harvey. Carole Marie ..292 
Harvey. Charles John ..325 

Harvey, James B 262 

Hash, Vcrna Hornbeck ..215 
Haskins, Richard D. ..292 
Hassell. Nancy Lee ....262 

Haste. Judy Ann 292 

Hatch. Charles M 213 

Hatlcy. Guy Leonard ..292 
Haufler. Donald Carl ..263 

Havard, Burley M 525 

Hawkins, John Oscar ...292 
Hawley, Jesse James ...525 
Hayes. Charles Austin ..32 5 
Hawthorne, Thomas Jr 



Hayes, Mary Kay ,. 
Haynes, Robert F. Jr. 
Hays, Arthur Kendall 
Hayworth. Charlotte S. 

Hayworth, William W. 



.325 



292 



Headley. Janet M. ...263 
Healy, Clarence V. Jr. ..292 
Hearn, Alva Brown ....325 

Hearn. Virginia E 265 

Heath, Bessie R 263 

Heath, Charles L. ...292 
Heavner. Carolyn Beam 



Heckman. George H. II 



213 



215 
Hedgepeth. Detra Sue ..325 
Hedgepeth. Judith C. ..213 
Hedman. Shirley Ruth ..213 

Heeden. Carol Ann 525 

Heery. John Joseph ...189 
Helms, Ancil Rudolph ..263 
Helms, Jane Alexander .... 

292 
Helms. Jesse Gore Jr. ..213 

Helms. Mary Ann 263 

Helms. Mildred Eloise ..525 
Helms. Nancy Agnes ..292 
Henderson, Wilma Jean .... 

292 

Hendley, Jerry B 525 

Hendley, Mary Gaddy ..292 
Hendley, Walter Ross ..525 
Hendricks. Marjory J. ..325 
Hendricks. W. F. Ill ..292 
Hendrix. Judy Gail ...292 

Henries. Mai Ernest 292 

Henry. Girton Edward ..213 
Henson. Diane Eliz. ..295 
Henzy. Robert Carey ..325 
Heplcr, Shirley Ann ...326 

Herring, Anna N 213 

Herring, Barbara S 326 




There are times when living quarters are at a premium 
Greenville. 



Herring, Richard H. ..263 

Herring, Varo Eliz 293 

Herrington, Phillip L. ..293 
Hersh, Paul Warren ..263 

Hewett, Donnie G 213 

Hewitt, Barbara Lee ...263 
Hiatt, Ann Reynolds ,,..326 

Hickey. Thomas D 293 

Hicks. Billy Shelton ....263 
Hicks, Donna Lee ....293 
Hicks. George D. Jr. ..263 
Hicks. Howard Mason ..213 

Hicks, Mary Anne Moss 

213 
Hicks, Lettie Diane ,..213 
Hicks, Royal Todd ,...326 
Higgins. Ralph Barton ..326 
High, Rebecca Lane .,.263 
Hightower. Sylvia A. ..326 

Hignite, Ronald E 293 

Hill, Donna Jean 263 

Hill, Jimmy Sherrill ....293 

Hill, Joan Gail 263 

Hill, Keith Edward ....263 

Hill. Linda Mae 326 

H.ll. Linda Mae 326 

Hill, Meredith Byrd ...213 

Hill, Polly Ann 293 

Hill, Robert Marshall ,.293 

Hilliard, Carolyn S 293 

Hilton, Joseph T. II ..263 
Hinkle, Joan Carol ....213 
Hinshaw. Stephen G. ..263 
Hinson, Doris Elaine ,.326 

Hinton, Delores 326 

Hinton, Jackie Marie ....326 

Hinton, Yvonne J 326 

Hitchcock, Janice B. ...326 
Hiserman. Ronald W. ..263 

Hobbs, Joycclyn R 293 

Hobgood, Ellis Wayne ..265 

Hobgood. Linda P 214 

Hobgood, Rebecca S. ..293 
Hocutt, Catherine J. ..326 
Hodge. Pamela Ruth ...214 
Hodges. Jimmy Thad ..214 
Hodges. John Royal ....214 
Hodges. Katherine B. ..214 
Hodgson, Hilda Sue ..326 
Hodnett. Gerald Ellis ..326 
Hoell, Henry W. Jr. ..265 

Hoerter. John C 265 

Hoffman, Frederic II ..263 

Hoffmann, Katharine A. ... 

293 



Hofler, Bernice R. .. 
Hofstettcr, Diana L. . 
Hogg, Oakley W. Jr. 
Hogsett, James Alton 

Hoke, Jane Ann 

Holbert, Richard M. 
Holcomb, Sandra Gail 
Holden, Paul Hugh . . 
Holder, James Wm. Jr 

Holder, Rebecca Mae 
Holland, Benjamin F. 
Holland, Charles Wm. 



Holland, Steven Paul . 
Hollingsworth. Roger . 
Hollingsworth, Susan ., 

HoUis, Carolyn Lea 

HoUoman, Joseph John 

HoUoway. Allen J. Jr. 



.326 



Hollowell. Richard A. ..263 
Holmes, Andrew Wm. ..326 
Holmes, James Leroy ...214 

Holmes, Rebecca H 295 

Holoman, Dorothy L. ..295 
Holshouser, Eugene O. ..263 
Holson, Joseph F. Jr. ..293 
Holt, Arthur H. Jr, ..326 
Holt, Cornelia Garris ..214 
Holt, Cynthia Anne ,..263 
Holt, Doris Earlene ...265 

Holt, Edwina F 293 

Holt, Ja 



Lawrenc 
Holt, Michael 
Holton, Denn 



Lewis 



.326 



Holton, John Thomas .. 264 
Holton, Thomas E. Jr. ..293 
Homesley, Samuel T. ..293 
Honaker. William F. ..326 
Honeycutt, Carol Ann ..295 
Honeycutt. Nancy J. ..214 
Hooker, Douglas H. ...214 

Hooker. Lillian N 214 

Hooker, Lynda Lee ,...326 
Hooks, Judith Oneida ..264 

Hooks, Margaret D. B 

214 
Hooks, Minnie Delores ..214 
Hooper. Brenda Gail ..215 
Hooper, Diana Ellen ....326 

Hopkins, Hugh B 326 

Hopkins, Judith M 215 

Home, Ann Taylor ....264 

Home, Coy C 264 

Home, Jo Anne 293 

Horton, Mary Ann 215 

Horton, Robert Vernon 

Horton, William M. ..264 

Hoskins, Louise C 326 

Houghton, Thomas M. .... 

326 

House, Elizabeth May ..264 

House, Franklin T 264 

House, Joanne 326 

House. Trillis Gail ....293 
Houser. Hilda Gail ....326 
Houston. Penny Gavle ..264 
Howard. Charles W. ..326 
Howard, Edna Grace ....293 

Howard, Mollie E 264 

Howard. Thomas R. ...295 
Howard. Tiffany C 295 



Howell, Carlton Dayi 

Howell, Jacqueline S. 
Howell, Jesse Steven 
Howell, Judith Lynne 
Howell, Sylvia E. 
Howerin, Wi 



Lee 



215 
Howerton, Betsy Gayle .... 

526 
Howerton, Michael D. ..293 
Howerton, Ovelia Kay ..293 

Howes, Faith E 327 

Howett, Kathryn E 293 

Howie. Meredith A. ..327 
Hoyle. David Castella ..327 
Hoyle, Jerry Wayne ....2 64 
Hoyle. Robert Coran ..32 7 
Hruslinski. Eleano M. ..293 
Hubbard. Hilda Grace ..264 




As in every snow, the Gotten Half coeds get their share of 
snowballing. 



Huber, James Albert ...293 
Hucks. Linda Louise ...327 
Hudgins, Albert Danny 

293 
Hudgins, Edward A. Jr 

293 
Hudgins. Terece C. ..'..264 

Hudson. Byron Ann 293 

Hudson. Catherine E. ..215 
Hudson, Charles T. Jr 

327 
Hudson, Nelda Ann ...327 
Hudson. Richard Lane . .26A 
Hudson, Steve Wayne ..327 
Hudson, William M. ..264 



.327 



Huffman, Eleanor I. ..264 
Huffman, Eugenia Lee ..327 
Huffman, Thomas E. ..294 
Huffstetler. Martha F. ..327 
Hughes, Nettie Sue ...327 

Hughes, Patricia L 294 

Hughes, William T 327 

Hulin, Gary Warren ..294 

Humphries, Alan C 327 

Humphrey, Linda W. ...215 
Humphrey, Martha Doby .. 



Huneycutt, David S. 
Hunnicutt, Etta P. .. 
Hunnicutt, Mary Ellen 
Hunniecutt, Joseph W. 

Hunning, Linda Rhue 
Hunsucker. Patricia L. 
Hunt, John Elliott .. 
Hunt. Mamie Louise .. 



Huntley, Carol Ann .. 
Hurst, Robert Wayne 
Hussey, Dorothy Anne 
Hutchinson, Robert E. 
Hutto. Sylvia Faye ... 
Huttnn, Lajon Ree ... 
Hut2ler, Alvin Bryant 
Hutzler, Gale Sophie 
Hux, Albert R. Jr. .. 
Hux. Martha Gwen .. 
Hyle, Roy Alton .... 



Ijames, Helen P. ... 
lies, Carrie Emma 
Ingle, Angeline R. 
Ingold, Ray Van ... 
Inman, Janet Louise 
Ipock, Linda Faye 

Jpock, Ina Faye 

Ipock. Peggy Earle 

Irons, Gay 

Irvin, Judith Anne 
Irvin, Linda Ritch 
Ivey, Larry Thomas 



Jackson, Charles T 216 

Jackson, Emma Jean ....294 

Jackson, Gloria Jean 294 

Jackson, Henry Bruce ...294 

Jackson, Iva C 294 

Jackson, Floyd Austin ..294 
Jackson, James Paul ....216 

Jackson, Janis Rae 294 

Jackson. Linda Anne ....327 
Jackson. Mack Dougla 



Jackson, Mary Don 



M. 



294 



294 



Jackson, Mary Franks ..294 
Jackson. Rebecca Ann ..327 
Jackson, Thelma Joyce ..216 
Jackson, Thomas Lee ..327 
Jackson, Virginia Ann ..294 
Jackson, Virginia E. ..294 
Jackson, Wm. Allan ...264 

Jacob, Walter M 264 

Jacobs, Betty Eudora ..327 
Jacobs, Brenda Alden ..216 

Jaffe, Allen 327 

James. Edna Louise ....216 

James, Janice Ann 327 

James, Lawrence A 294 

James, Shirley M 216 

Jamison, Frank McCune 

327 
Janes, Margaret Lee ....294 
James, Nancy Elizabet -.327 
Jarman, Cecil Thomas ..264 
Jarvis, Ollie Renn ,...264 

Jastremski, Lynlee 1 294 

Jeffries. Charlcne M. ..327 

Jenkins, Alberta 294 

Jenkins, Barbara C 216 

Jenkins, Charles R 264 

Jenkins, Floyd P. Jr. ..216 

Jenkins, Joseph L 265 

Jenkins, Robert E 327 

Jenkins, Sally Jane ....294 
Jennings. Howard D. Jr. .. 

265 

Jennings. James A 294 

Jennings, Linda Sue 265 

Jenrette, Brenda C 327 

Jernigan, Marilyn Lou ..216 
Jernigan, Maryland L. ..327 
Jernigan. Raymond A. ..216 
Jilcott, Margaret T. ...327 

Johanson, Lois Jean 327 

Johnson, Ashcly Allan ..294 
Johnson, Barbara Jean ..216 

Johnson. Barbara S 216 

Johnson. Bonnie E 265 

Johnson. Catherine I. ..327 

Johnson, Charles 265 

Johnson, Dianne Carol ..216 
Johnson, Doris Gray ..294 

Johnson. Eloise A 217 

Johnson, Elizabeth D. ..327 
Johnson. Ferdinand B. ..328 
Johnson. Frances Kay ..294 
Johnson. Francis John ..217 

Johnson, Janie L 294 

Johnson. Janice Rose ..328 
Johnson, Joel Keith ....265 

Johnson, Joseph T 217 

Johnson, Joseph Wm. ..328 

Johnson, Joyce B 217 

Johnson. Joyce Ina — 217 
Johnson. Judith Young 

265 
Johnson. Judith Carol ..217 
Johnson, Judy Lynn — 265 
Johnson, Kenneth C. ..328 



ohnson, Marth Ann ..328 

ohnson, Mary L 294 

ohnson. Melonie 217 

ohnson, Melva Rose ..294 

.ohnson, Nancy B 265 

Johnson, Peggy Joan 217 

" ■ on, Robert A. Jr. ..328 



John 



Robert K. 
Share 



on. Shirley L 

on, William A. .. 
Johnson. Wm. Wood Jr 



John 



Daniel Wade 



Johnston, Franklin B. . . 

on, Julie G 

on. Martha G. .. 

Johnston, Robert Bunn .. 

Johnston, Shirley Ann .. 

Johnston, Wm. Morton 

Albert D. Jr. .. 
Billy Franklin .. 

Brenda M C C .. 
Carolyn Rose . . 

David Job 

Daniel Irvin ... 
Jones, David Edmond .. 

Donald Gray 

Emmett Parker . . 
Ernest W. Jr. .. 

Jones. Eva Carolyn 

•s, Glenda Jean 

:s, Harold A. Jr. .. 
!S, James Earl .... 
■s. Jane Amanda .... 
:s. John Garner .... 

■s, John Tucker 

■s, Katherine V. .. 
:s, Kay Frances .... 

s, Kenneth M 

'S, Larry Ralph .... 

IS, Larry Thomas 

IS, Laurie Ann 

IS, Lena Ann 

IS, Linda Gray 

IS, Linda Heath 

IS, Linda Lee 

Jones, Linda Theresa .. 
Lynne Hope .... 
Lindsay Earl .... 
Mary Alice .... 

Mary Lynn 

Michael Bishop .. 

Miriam Alice 

Mona Berniece . . 
Patricia Anne 
Richard R. Jr. .. 
Robert Alton .... 

Sara Janet 

Sue Tallman 

Vivian Gray .... 
Walter Louis .... 
K Joyce Marie .... 

Jordan, Larry Dale 

Jordan, Philip T. Jr. ., 
Joyce. Linda Dabney .. 

Joyner, Carol Ann 

, Carolyn S 

Joyner, David Charles ,. 
■, Donald Reid .... 

Joyner. Doris 

Joyner, Dorothy Jean . 
Joyner, Ellen Gail .... 
Joyner. Jill Colvin ... 
•, Judith Ann ... 
■, Judith Ann .... 

Joyner. Kenneth T 

', Margaret Gail .. 

Joyner, Margaret L 

■ . ■, Mary C 295 

Joyner, Thelma Grace ., 
■, Thurman D 

,' Lynn Edwa^'r" '. . 



Kaleel, Stephen J 265 

Kallman, Ronald S 328 

Kates. Larry Denny 328 

Katsias, Clara 328 

Katzburg, Peter Carlo ..328 
Kavanagh, Eleanor R. ..328 

Kay, Beverly Anne 328 

Kaylor, Jenness L 295 

Kaylor, Robert Wayne ..265 

Kearney, Mary Kathryn .... 

295 

Keating. Camilla E. ..328 

Keel, Donna Loraine 218 

Keel, Hazel Tyndall ..218 

Keel, Linda Lee 295 

Keel, Mary Martin ....265 
Keel, Rufus Vanoy ....328 

Keel. Sam A 218 

Keen, Brenda Lou 295 

Keen, Judy Anne 218 



Keene, Jessie M 329 

Keeter, Kermit K. Jr. ..329 

Kecver, Judith Ann 329 

Keeter, Sidney G. Jr. ..329 
Keffer, Jane Portia ....295 

Kehoe, Kay 329 

Keiber. Robert John ....265 
Keith. Phillip Andrew ..329 

Keller, Lauren C 295 

Kelley, Frances Ann ....295 
Kelley, Carolyn Sue ....266 

Kelly, Jerry Mack 295 

Kelly, Mary Crowder ..266 

Kennedy, Joyce C 295 

Kennedy, Linda Kay 329 

Kennedy, Peggy Sue 266 

Kennedy, Richard B. ,.329 
Kennington, Samuel R 

Kent, Lesley Brittain ....218 
Kent, Thomas Lyman ..329 
Kerley, Nelson Gglenn ..329 

Kerlin, Robert B 295 

Kern. Edward A 295 

Kerr, Marjorie Ann ....295 
Key. Brenda Gale ....295 
Key. Monnie Paulette ..266 

K.llian, Linda Eliz 218 

KiUian, Paul W. Jr. ..266 
Kilpatrick, Gwendolyn ..329 
Kilpatrick. Shelby M. ..218 
Kimmel, Joseph Jacobs ,.218 
Kimsey, James Robert ..266 
Kinard, Betty John ,...218 
Kincaid. Billy Forest ..295 
Kindle, Mickey Eugene 

266 

King, Ann Louise 329 

King, Carl Wayne ....266 
King, Mary Lynn ....329 

King, Michael John 329 

King, Nora Jane 219 

King, Ray Wilson ....266 
King, Rebecca S. Bland 

295 
King, Ronald Hugh ..266 
King. Walter Clyde ..295 

Kinlaw, Daniel V 219 

Kinlaw, Ellen Edwards .... 

266 
Kinlaw, Linda Pearle ..329 
Kinlaw, William B. ..295 
Kinnard, Robert Leroy ..266 
Kinney, Kenneth Byron 

Kinzie, Michael A 295 

Kirby, Carol Ray ....329 

Kirby. Kenneth N 266 

Kirby, Marion Wesley ..190 
Kirkland, Joseph B. Jr 

219 
Kirkland, Thurloe L. ..266 
Kirkman, Robert Lee ..295 

Kirsch, Mary D 266 

Kitts. Montrial D 295 

Kivctt. Barbara B 295 

Kivett, Pauline Dee ..329 
Klein, Martha Dawn ...329 
Klingman, Charles R. ..210 
Klingman, Glenda Lee ..295 
Klingman. Sarah Evans 

266 
Kluttz. Brenda Ruth ....266 
Knapp, Julia Elizabet ..329 

Knapp^ Mary Emma 329 

Knight. Harry P. A. ..296 
Knight, Janice Gayle ..296 
Knoch, David Henry ..266 
Knott, Mary Ann ....296 
Knowles, Ida L. Stokes .... 

219 
Kogelman. Marilyn D. ..296 
Koehler, Robert Allen ..329 
Koon, Ann Jacqueline ..329 
Koonce, Clarence M. Jr. .. 

Kooncc, Danny Royce ..329 
Koonce, John Edwin ..206 
Koonce, Sue Ellen ....266 

Koontz, Diane Va 329 

Koontz, Sylvia Sue 266 

Kopp, John Richard ....329 

Kornegay, Sarah P 296 

Kowalski, Priscilla A. ..266 
Krahenbuhl, Dawn Emma .. 



Kramer, Janine A 

Kress, Judy Eleanor ..: 

Kridel, Jay Michael ....■ 

Kriz, Peter : 

Kuhns, Ronald Dwight 

Kwasnick, Edward S. Jr. 



Lackey, Pamela W. .. 
Laferney, Barbara L. . . 
Lamar, Thomas Clyde . 
Lamb, Byas Carlton Jr 



.329 



Lambeth, Ben Avery ...296 
Lambeth, Doris June ...219 
Lamm. Donna Susan ...219 
Lamm, Frances Aydlett .,329 

Lamm, Leverna E 219 

Lamm, Verla Jeanette ..266 
Lamond. Angus S. Jr. ..330 
Lamoureux, Wesley D. ... 

Lampley, Ina Kay ...266 
Lancaster, Brenda Kay .330 
Lancaster, Diane S. ...296 
Lancaster, Ronald S...266 
Lancaster, Victoria A... 330 
Land. Henry Hampton ..219 
Land. Howard D. Jr. ..219 

Land, Jan Elaine 296 

Landin, Carolyn Anne ..219 
Landis. Eileen Denise ..330 
Landry, Fernand A. Jr. .. 
266 
Lane, Ashley Hartwell ..266 
Lane, Elizabeth Ann ..330 
Lane, H.Ida Alligood ..219 



Pati 



Rebecca L 330 

Lane. Walter Mark ...330 
Laney. Mary Bivens ...266 
Langdon. Barbara Ann ..219 
Langdon. Charlene A. ..266 
Langdon, Nancy Rose ..219 
Langdon. Walter T. ...296 
Lange, William F. ...330 
Langley, Frankie E. ...330 
Langston, Donnie S. ...296 
Langston, Fredrick M, ..219 
Lanier, Martha Jean ...296 
Lanier, Sylvia Jane ...296 
Lanier, William L. Jr... 219 
Lanning, Kermit Paul ...220 
Lansche. Sarah Ellen .,.330 

Lapp, Nancy Lee 296 

Larson, Jayne Kerr ...220 
Larson, Marguerite J. ..266 
Larson, Patricia Ann ,..300 
Lasater, Rebecca D. ...330 
Lasley. Margaret Ruth ..296 
Laspina, Anthony V. ...296 
Lassitcr. Carole Ann ...220 

Lassiter, Glen M 330 

Lassiter, Janice F. ...220 
Lassiter, Nancy Kay ..330 
Lassiter, Paul F, Jr. ...220 

Lassiter, Russell L 220 

Lassiter, Ted Arvin ... 220 

Laub, Charlie G 296 

Laughter, Janice 1 220 

Laughter, Laura Lynn ,. 330 
Lawrence, Kermit W. Jr. ... 

220 

Law. William G 220 

Laws, Joseph Arthur ,,.330 
Lawson, John Benfield .. 

330 
Lawson, Nancy Renn ...330 
Lawson. Ted Raymond ..296 
Layne. Mary Holland ,..220 

Lazur, John Joseph 220 

Leach, Margaret Linda ..330 

Leary, Alex Horace 220 

Leary, Eva Lou 220 

Leary, Laura Marie 266 

Leary, Sandra Faye ...330 
Leary, Wayne Sears ...220 
Leblanc, Jane Hammond ,. 

330 
Leblond. Randall P. ...330 

Lecour, Robert Evan 220 

Lee, Billie Diane 330 

Lee, Doloris Patricia ...220 

Lee, Ernest J. Jr 330 

Lee, Judy Langston ....330 

Lee, Julius Donor 221 

Lee, Lou Carolyn 221 

Lee, Margaret Ann .... 296 

Lee, Nellie Johanna 330 

Lee, Sandra Jo 330 

Lee, Sarah Joyce 330 

Lee, Ula Jane 221 

Lee, Vickie Ann 330 

Leftwich, James W. Jr. ... 

221 

Leggctt. Donna Y 221 

Leggett, Martha Eliz ...221 
Lcggett, Robert E. Jr. ..267 
Leggctt, Virginia C. ...296 

Leggctt, William R 330 

Leggette, Linda Hope ..296 
Leigh, Hartict Ann ....330 
Leinbach, Cathy Ann ...330 
Leischner, Stephen H. .,.330 
Lemons. Hyacinth V. ...221 
Lemos, W.lliam E. Jr. ..330 

Leo, Alfred Frank 221 

Leonard, Deitra Marie ..267 

Leonard, Jewell S 267 

Leonard, John Dearld ..330 
Leonard, Luther Gary ..296 
Leonard, Patricia A. ...267 
Leonard, Phillip H. ...330 
Leonard, Ronald Foyel ..331 
Leonard, Wm. Joseph ..331 
Leonhard, Mary Ellen ..296 

Leonhardt. Rita A 267 

Lester, James E 296 

Lester, Sandra Gayle ...267 

Letcher, Clayton 221 

Letchworth, Dorothy A. .. 

296 
Letchworth, John W. ..267 
Levine, Robert R. ...296 
Lewis, Alexander J. ...296 
Lewis. Anna Faye ...331 



Lewis. Bonita Diannc ..331 

Lewis, Charles K 331 

Lewis. James D. Jr. ...IW 
Lewis, Jeffrey David ...331 
Lewis, Joanne Cecelia ..331 
Lewis, Lawrence H. Jr. .. 

331 
Lewis, Lyle Burwell ...221 
Lewis, Margaret Helon ..267 
Lewis. Mary Ruth ...221 
Lewis. Pamela Eileen ...331 
Lewis. Pepsy Ann ...267 
Lewis, Rubie Jacob Jr. .. 

221 

Lewis, Sara Lee 296 

Lewis, Starr Sherman ..221 

Lewis. Vickie C 296 

Lewis. \Vm. Eucenc ...296 
Libby. Susan Elinor ...331 

Likas, Doris Ann 331 

Lilly. Samuel Blair ....351 

Limer, Larry 221 

Lindley, Jeanne Marie ..331 
Lingerfelt, Judy Ann ...267 
Linker. Patricia C. ...331 
Lipe, Delmarene Kay ...331 
Lipkin. Alan Harvey ...331 
Lippard, Ann Kimball ..331 
Lipscomb, Penny Jean ..331 
Little, Brenda Lewis ...296 
Little. David Wayne ...331 
Little, Helen Carol ...296 
Little. James Larking ...190 

Little, Lenyer M 297 

Little. Thclma Faye ...267 
Littleton, Gerald W. ..297 
Littleton, Trowbridge ..267 
Litz, Louise Sandra ...331 
Livingston. Elsa Ruth ...221 
Livingston, Robert D. ..221 
Lloyd, Donald Raymond .. 

297 
Lockamy, Alfred Henry ... 

Lockamy. Thomas B. Jr. . . 
297 
Lockhart, Carolyn V. ...267 
Loehr, Judith Elaine ...267 
Loflin, Terry Linn ...331 
Loftus, Dennis Lee ...267 
Logemann. Ernest V. ..331 
Lomax, Phillip Myers ..267 
Long. Danny West ...331 
Long, Jerome Myron ...222 
Long, Kathryn Wood ...222 
Long, Rebecca Ann ...297 
Longo. Pamda Ceil ...331 
Lorbacher, Frederick ... 190 
Lorbacher. Rodney A. ..297 
Lord. Charles David ...19C 
Lord. Dale Susan ...297 

Lorenz, Billie L 297 

Lorenz, Patricia Ann ..331 
Louden, Marie Ann ...26 
Lorraine, Wm. Cabell ..267 
Lougee, Linda Merle ..331 
Love, Lynda Gaye ...297 

Lovette. Harold Lee 331 

Lowe, Danny Nathan ..331 

Lox, Karen Anne 297 

Loy, Harriet T 267 

Lucas, Alice Dean 297 

Lucas, Gale Marganett .297 
Lucas. Juneal Kaye ...267 
Lucas, Nancy Jean ...222 
Lucas. Wm. Sherman ..222 
Luckham. Ruth Dale ..267 
Lweck. Kerry William 331 
Luehrs, William John ..267 
Lumpkin, Linda Sharon .. 

Lumpkins. Mary A. O. .. 

Lund. Terry Lee 331 

Lupton. Betsy Anne ...297 
Lupton, Roy Howard Jr. ... 



Lurvey, Patricia Ann 
Luton, Mattie Yvonn 
Luton, Peggy Ann 
Lybrand, W. Martin 
Lyda. Elizabeth L. 
Lynch. Brenda Sue 
Lynch, Trudy Ann 



Mack, Linda Darlene ..531 

Mackintosh. Margaret ..2<;7 

Maddox, Barbara Sue ..222 

Madre, James Lessell ..267 



Ma 



Mari 



Madry, Cora Elizabeth ..331 
Maggiolo. Judith Sue ..331 
Magri, Wm. Anthony ..332 
Mahan, James Edward .222 
Maier, Harold J. Jr. ..222 

Maisel, William D 297 

Majette, Wm. Carlton ... 
222 
Malinsky, Michael A. ..297 
Mallard. Harry C. Jr. ..332 
Mallard, Kathryn H. ...297 
Mallard, Michael S. ..267 
Mallon. John F 268 



Mangum, Kay Frances .222 
Mangum, Sandra Gale . 332 
Mangum. William T. . 268 
Mann. Hudson Peck Jr. .. 
332 
Mann, Teresa Lynn ...222 
Manning. Bertha Jane ..222 
Manning. Carol Lynne ..332 
Mannig, David A. ...297 
Manning, Sandra G. ..332 
Manning. William N. ..268 

Manos, George 297 

Mansfield, Ervin E. -.223 
Mantooth. Brenda C. ..223 
Manuel. Jesse W. Jr. ..223 
Marasco. James Joseph .268 

Marbry. Brenda P 223 

Marechal, Deanna Jean ... 

Marine. Lesley Donna . 268 
Markland, Brenda Sue 

268 
Markum, Donna Marie .223 
Marley. Steven Alan ...332 
Marmorato, Anne L. ..297 
Marr, Shelia Carol ...223 
Marshall. Carolyn B. ..297 
Marshall. Ina Kathryn.. 332 
Marshall. Randy Allen ... 

297 
Marshburn, Robert A. ..332 
Marshburn. Sara Beth ..332 
Martin. Ann Scarlett ..332 
Martin, Charles C. ...323 
Martin. Charles G. ...297 
Martin, Charlie M. ...223 

Martin, Diane S 223 

Martin, Emma Jean ...268 
Martin, James T. Jr. ..223 
Martin, Jennie Sue ...268 
Martin, Joseph Mellon ..223 
Martin, Karen Lynne ..297 
Martin, Kathryn G. ...268 
Martin, Kenneth Wayne ... 



Masingo, Betty Raye 
Mason, Charles Lee 
Carolyn Salter 



Ma 



Elle 



Diai 



.268 



"Lra-j.- 



Jack M. Jr. ..223 
Mason, Albert N. Jr. ..297 
Mason, Kenneth R. ..223 
Masouras, Cathy E. ..332 
Massengill, Edna Lou ..223 
Massengill, Judy Ann ..297 
Massengill. Susan H. ..332 
Massey, Earl Valiant 268 
Massey, Carolyn W. ..267 

Massey. Curtis R 332 

Massey. David Edward ... 
224 
Mastin. Robert F. Jr. ..268 
Mather. James Phillip ..297 
Mathews. Donald G. ..297 
Mathis. Brenda Joann .332 
Mathis, Gayle Lynn ..332 
Marlock. Gail Eliz ..332 
Matlock, Sandra Gail ...268 
Matson, John Daniel ..268 
Matteson ^ 
Matthew. 
Matthews, Barl 
Matthe 

Matthews, Judieth Ann ..224 
Matthews, Wanda Lee ..297 
Maultsby, Anna C. ...332 
Mauney, Fred Darrel ..224 
Mauney, Gary Lynn ...297 
Maus. James Everette ..297 

May. George S 297 

Mayo. Barbara Ruth ..332 
Mayo, Clayton Brown ..224 
Mayo, Dalton Wayne ..224 
Mayo, Frances Edwards ... 
268 
.224 



McCall, Harry Log 



McCraw. Monte F. . 
McClees. Celia M. . 
McClees, Robert W. 
McClellan, Sue Scott 
McCleney, Frances Am 



224 



Malo 



Man 



McClenny, Dennis K. 
McClenny, John W. ...224 
McClenny, Marie D. ..297 
McClung, Jack A. Jr. ..268 
McCIure. James H. ..297 
McCluskey. Phyllis D. .332 
McCombs, Doris Anne ..224 
McCombs, Marvin III .333 
McCombs. Neale R. Jr. .335 
McCool. Theresa Ann ..298 
McCotter. Charles J. ..298 
McCotter. Eva Faye ...335 



McCown, Robert N 

McCoy, Mildred f 

McCracken, James 
McCulIen, Annie ] 
McCullen, George 
McCulIen. Mariana 
McDanicl. Janet 
McDermott, Lola 



McDonald, Laura Helen .. 
268 
McDonald, Linda D. ..298 
McDonald, Robert W. ..268 
McDuffie, Frank Wm. ..268 
McElheney. John R. ..333 
McEritee, Girard L. IV ... 

McEwen, Monis Dianne .. 

333 
McFarland. Joyce Lynn . . . 

333 
McGee. Gloria Lee ...333 
McGee. Jerry Edward . .224 
McGee. Linda Sue ..335 
McGhee, Eliz Connelly ... 

298 
McHorney, Samuel J. ..298 
McGovern, Patricia C. ..224 
McGowen, Alexander L. ... 

190 
McGowan. Cynthia J. ..335 
McGowan, Martha C. .224 
McGuirt. Faye Ormsby ..335 
Mcllwean. Burness Ann ... 

224 
Mclntire. Mary Sue ...224 
Mcintosh. James Van .225 
Mclntyre, Lucy W. ..298 
Mclnlyre, Ruby Elaine ..225 
McKay. Alexander S. ..533 
McKee, Robert Spencer . . 



McKe 



'ilbur Bennett 



McKe 



;, Elizabeth J. 

McKenzie. Rebecca J. . 
McKinney. Priscilla C. 
McKinnon. William S.. 
McLamb, Harry C. Jr.. 
McLamb. Roe Mittic . 
McLaurin. Brenda I. . 
McLaurin. Donovan E. . 
McLawhorn, Jimmy .. 
McLean, Dan Hester Jr 



McLennar 
McLeod, 
McMinn, 



ndra E. . 
da Kay . 



McNeil, Mary C 

McPherson, Harry G. .. 
McRae. Flora Ann ... 
McShane. Michael John 

McWalters. Kathleen W. 

McWatters. Bernard J... 
Meadows. Mary Alice .. 
Meadows, Pamela Rae . . 
Meadows. Sylvia L. .. 
Meadows. Terry Eldon ... 
Mears. Diane Ruth ..: 
Meares. Kay Frances ..: 
Medford, Jerry Noyel .. 
Medlin. Kenneth Wayne 

Medlin. Thomas E. ..: 

Mee. Thomas Charles ..; 

Meeks. Kerdis Edgar ..: 

Meginnis. Sylvia J. .. 

Melson, Doris Irene ..: 

Melton. Virginia Ann ..: 



Me 



Meltzer. Mark 269 

Melvin, Robert P 298 

Menzaco. Danna Sue ..533 
Mercer, Judy Francine ..298 
Mercer, Peggy L. ...269 
Mercer, Sandra Cora ..225 
Mercer, Sarah V. ...298 
Merritt. James F. ...269 
Merritt, Jerry Alan ...555 

Merritt, Linda E 555 

Merritt, Terry Lee 298 

Metcalfe, Suellen 298 

Mewborn, Addie E 269 

Mewborn. Douglas E. ..554 
Mewborn. Evangeline C 

269 

Mewborn, Jane B 269 

Mewborn, Robert D. ..225 
Mewborn, Sandra F. W.... 

225 
Meyers, Vernon Lee ...269 
Meyland, John Wm. Ill .. 

534 
Michael, Gregory G. ..225 
Michael, Paul Hariton ..554 
Michaels. Mabel Ruth ..269 
Michelotti. John M. ..554 




So that's how they score so many points. 



Midgett. Jeffrey G. ...225 
Midgett, Mollie S. ...269 
Midgett, Nancy Lynn ..269 
Midgette. Evan James ..226 
Milazzo. Sammie Jean ..226 
Millard. Martin H. ...354 
Millen. James Robert ..269 

Miller. Alicia B 534 

Miller. Barbara Allan ..226 
Miller, Bonnie M. ...298 
Miller, Bobbye Ann ..554 
Mdler. Carolyn M. ...226 
Miller. Charles Ed ...298 

Miller, Daniel F 269 

Miller, Donald Curtis ..334 
Miller. Edwin B. Jr. ..334 
Miller. Gerald Ray ...298 
Miller. Gilbert Carl ..269 

Miller. John G 298 

Miller, Leslie E. Jr. ..298 
Miller, Linda Dorcas ..269 
Miller, Linwood R. ...226 
Miller, Marilyn Ross ..226 
Miller. Marilyn Vern ..269 

Miller. Mary Lee 298 

Miller, Nancy Jean ...298 
Miller. Nora Ellen ..269 
Miller. Raymond R. Jr. ... 

334 
Miller. Robert P. Jr. ..226 
Miller, Tamara S. ...334 
Millikan. Nancy Diann .. 

226 
Millikin. Patricia A. ..226 
Mills, Barbara Jean ..354 
Mills, Harold Jason ..226 
Mills, Rebecca Lee ...554 

Milner, Sarah K 334 

Miltenberger. Del Jay ..269 
Minor, Lillie Dianne ..354 
Mintz. Gary Michael ...334 
Misenheimer. Tony Ray ... 

334 
Mitchell, Charlene V. ..334 
Mitchell. Cleo Eloise ..269 
Mitchell. Donald L. ..269 

Mitchell. Gerald A 269 

Mitchell. Joan Leigh ....298 
Mitchell, John Pete ....226 

Mitchell Luray V 269 

Mitchell Mirian G. ...554 
Mitchon, Katherine E. .. 

554 
Mize. Keneth Edward ..226 
Mizell. Arlen Eugene ..226 
Moblcy. Nettie Maxine ..554 
Mobley. Sandra Faye ..226 
Modlin. Florence Eliz. ..226 
Modlin. Lola Gray ...226 

Modlin. Rachel 227 

Modlin. Wilda Jane ...269 
Moeschl. James G. ...554 

Mohlere. Melinda 334 

Monfalcone. Mary Sue ..269 
Monk, Sidney Randoph .. 

334 
Monroe. Orville N. ...554 
Monroe. Wanda Diane ... 

554 
Montague Barbara E. ...354 
Montgomery, Lynda Rae . . 

269 
Monti. Sandra Lee ...534 
Monticone, William G. .227 
Moody, Preston Allen ..298 
Moore, Boyce S. Jr. ...354 
Moore. Clifton G. Jr. .'.269 
Moore, Dennis Alton ..227 
Moore, Elsie Marion ..227 
Moore, Eugene Winston ... 

227 



Moore. Grace T 534 

Moore. Jacqueline A. ...298 

Moore. James G 298 

Moore. Kate Hamlin ..298 
Moore. Linda Joyce ...298 
Moore. Linda Rose R. ..227 
Moore, Linda Ruth ...554 
Moore, Marcia Lynn ..354 
Moore, Mary Brown ..298 
Moore, Mary Elizabeth. .298 

Moore, Richard A 298 

Moore, Sandra Kay ...298 
Moore, Sara Newton ..298 
Moore, William Clarcn .. 

270 
Moorefield, Arthur W. .. 

334 

Mooring, Billy Ray 227 

Mooring, Rubelle S. ..227 
Mooring. Steven Foy ...354 
Moose, Linda Gail ...270 
Morgan, Belmont J. Jr. ... 

270 
Morgan, Donna Louise , 

298 
Morgan, Emory Hall Jr. .. 



Morgan, Gayle Sue . 


.270 


Morgan, Linda Carol . 


.270 


Morgan, Nancy Dianne 


.354 


Morgan. Sandra Lee . 


.334 


Morgan. William T. 


770 


Morris. Bedford M. Jr 






535 


Morris, Bob S. Jr. . 


.335 


Morris, Cary Knight . 
Morris, Emma Fay . 


.335 




Morris, Frances Ann . 


777 


Morris, Janet Gayle . 
Morris, Linda Gayle . 


.270 


770 


Morris, Linly G. ... 


299 


Morris, Ross Ann . 


270 


Morris, Sharon Faye . 


.270 


Morrison, Wilma Joan 


.227 


Morrow, Carole Louise 






2/U 


Morse, Ellen Virginia 


.335 


Morton, Ann Celeste 


.535 


Morton. Michael Lane 


.299 


Morton. Susan Wyatt 


.335 


Moss, James Howard 


.270 


Moss, Susan Elizabeth 


.799 


Mosteller, James N. 


.227 


Moulton, Ralph D. Jr. 


.727 


Moushegian, James ... 


.270 


Mudge. Nancy Elis ... 


.227 


Mull. Charles Melton 


.299 


Mull. Nancy Amanda 


.227 


Mullaly. Charles F. Jr 






299 


Mullen. Rebecca Anne 


.799 


Mullins. Mary Beth 


.335 


Mullins. Walter Earl 


.299 


Mullis. Charles Wayne 


227 


Mumford. Emma V. . 


.299 


Mumford. Linda D. 


.335 


Mumford. Patrick W. 


.770 


Murphy. Carter Lewis 


.228 


Murphy. Harry Daniel 


.270 


Murphy. Mary Joan . 


.299 


Murphy. Rose Sears . 


.299 


Murray. Betty Joellyn 


.335 


Murray. Judith M. . 




Murray, Patricia Lee . 


.228 


Murray. Stephen A. 


.335 


Murray, Van Brocklin 


.335 


Murrell, Richard E. 




Mustian, Monroe D. 


.228 


Mylum. Jane 


.335 



Sophomore class president 
Bill Deal feels that legisla- 
tive meetings are very stim- 
ulating. 

Myrick, Judith Anne ...335 



Nance. Kenneth Bruce ..270 
Nance Mary Camilla ...299 
Narron, Samuel R. ...335 
Nash, Katy Daniel ...299 
Nassef, Suzanne E. ...335 
Navey, Beverly Craig ..270 
Naylor, Doris Lynn ..228 
Neal, James Patrick ..335 
Neal. John Edear ....335 
Neely, Fulton Russ ...299 

Neely. Patricia A 299 

Neilson, Chs. D. Jr. ..228 
Nelson. Charles S. ...270 
Nelson, Eleanor M. ..299 
Nelson. Lee Walter Jr. ... 
270 
Nelson, Marian Harvey.. 270 
Nelson. Robert Monroe .335 
Nelson, Wallace V. Jr. ... 



Newell, Lessie Jean S. 



Tvr: 



Lee 



Newhouse. Barbara N. .228 
Newman, Emma Lou ..299 
Newman, James B. Jr. .299 
Newman, Sara Frances ..270 
Newsome, Anita Carol ... 

335 
Newton, Anne C. Wolfe ... 

228 
Newton, Dorothy L. ..299 

New-ton, Iris 228 

Newton, Janet P 335 

Newton, Johnny L. Jr. ... 

335 
Newton, Rosemary Lynn ... 

335 
Newton, Susan E. ...335 
Nichols, Elizabeth A. . .299 
Nichols, Nancy Anne ..335 
Nichols, Nancy C. ...335 
Nicholson, Jas. David ..228 
Nicholson, J. E. Jr. ..299 
Nicholson. Terry J. ..335 
Nielsen, Jennifer C. ..335 

Nittoli, Ronald 228 

Nixon, Annie Ruth ..270 
Nixon, Roeer Martin .270 
Noble, Judy Carol ...335 
Noffz, Mary Kay ...229 
Nolan, James Collins ..299 
Norgaard, Joyce Lynne ..335 
Norman, Thomas W. Jr. .. 

228 
Norman, William G. Jr. ... 

228 
Norrell, Janet Marie ..335 
Norris. Andrea Harris .228 
Norris. Brenda Gay ..270 
Norris, Nelda Carol ...335 
Norris, Larry Gene ...270 
Norris, Perry Wilder ..299 

Norris, Sue Ann 229 

Northcott, Nancy Lou ..229 
Northington, Robt. Jr. ... 

229 



Northup, John H. ...270 
Norville. Carol Marie ..270 
Norwood, George D. ..229 
Norwood. John Stephen ... 
299 
Norwood, Stanley C. Jr. ... 



Nutt. Sandra Kaye ...270 
Nutter, Sandra Lee ..335 
Nvlander, Judith K. ..271 



Oakley, Sara E 


229 


Obriant, Adelia Lee .. 




Ocain, Georgia Lou . 


229 


Oden, Lynda Gcttys . 


299 






Odom, Janice Evelyn . 


299 


Ogburn, Timothy C. . 


229 


Oeden, Cynthia Jean . 


3<5 




229 


Okerstrom, Nancy Sue . 


229 








300 


Oleary, Harriet E. .. 


336 


Olive, Eliza Graham . 


■;;9 


Olive, Sara Pat 


300 


Oliver, Praxton S. II . 


771 


Oliver, Daniel Newton . 




Olsen, Edwin Robert . 


729 






Orchard, Hays William 


336 
336 


Orcutt, Alan Wayne . 


Ormand, Robert Adrian 






336 




336 


Ormond. Abbie Ann . 


?71 


Orr, Celia Kay 




Orr, Richard B. ... 


^36 


Orr, Roland T. Jr. .. 


336 


Osborne, Carolyn Faye . 


779 


Osteen, Julia Gladwyn , 


300 










Outlaw, Edythe Maye . 


300 


Outlaw. Lena Carol ... 




Outlaw. Shirley S. .. 


300 


Overman, Raymond Dal 






779 






Overton. Anna Rebecca 






3 36 


Overton, Sandra Jane . 


3<6 


Owen, Catherine lean . 


336 


Owen, Douglas Webb. 


->->ci 


Owen, Judith Laverne . 




Owen. Ray Wayne ... 


336 


Owen. William F. .. 




Owens, Doris Glen .. 




Owens.- Dorothy Fave . . 


336 


Owens. Elizabeth I. .. 




Owens. Rufus Dalton . . 





Pace. Ida Paulette ...230 
Pachimsawat. Prajit — 271 
Padgett. Diana Gail ...271 
Padgett, James Aaron ..230 
Padgett, Joyce Ann ...336 
Padrick. Barbara Gail ..271 
Padgett, Virginia B. ...336 
Paderick. Effic Grace ..336 
Pagan, Vernon Rodney ..336 
Pace. Judith Reid ...230 
Pahl, Margaret Sue ..271 

Painter. Joan E 271 

Paisley, Larry Greer ,..336 
Paisley. Pricilla L. ...336 

Pait. Julia Ann 300 

Pamby. Joanne Dona ...271 
Panton, Alice Kaye ...271 
Paramore, Kenneth Ray ,. 

336 
Paris. Bryant Duke ...230 
Paris. Owen Francis ...336 

Parisher, Vera D 230 

Parker, Brenda Carol ..536 

Parker, Charles C 230 

Parker, Cynthia D. ...336 
Parker, Gerald Frank ..271 
Parker, Judy Anne ...336 
Parker, Marian Irene ..230 

Parker, Mary Lou 230 

Parker, Melba Joyce ..300 
Parker. Patricia L. ...300 

Parker. Violet E 336 

Parker, Wm. Morris ...336 
Parkin, Leslie Ann ...336 
Parks, Carolyn Louise . 230 
Parks, James Johnson . . . 

356 
Parks, Rebecca S. ...336 
Parmelee, Cinda Rae ..271 
Parnell, Judith Grace ..271 
Parrish, Billie Wood .230 
Parrish. Cary McNeil ..300 
Parrish. Frances Bass ..230 
Parrish, George W. ..230 
Parrish, Jackie W. ..271 



Parrish, Ronald Terry ..300 
Parrott. James Hardee ..3^6 
Parrott, Robert D. ...230 
Parry. Wallace T. ...271 
Parsons, Alice June ...271 
Parsons, Cheryl Elain ..300 
Parsons, Jimmy C. ...300 
Parsons. Gregory W.. ..336 
Parsons, Diane L. ...;..336 
Pascal, Stephanie E. ..230 
Pasquariello. Daniel ...300 
Passamonte. Fred J. ...300 
Pate, Hild - 



Pat< 



Ho 



190 



Pate, Judith Brown 
Pate. Linda Kay . 
Pate, Shyrlynn, A. 
Patrick, Alton Ray 
Patrick, Evelyn Diani 
Patrick, George C. J 
Patten, Charlene Mary ..27 
Patterson, Carlyle B. ..231 
Patterson. John Avey ..231 
Patterson. Martha Ann ... 
231 
Patterson. Martha Kay ..231 

Paul. Ira Bryan 231 

Paul, Maurice Ray ...271 

Paul. Patricia E 231 

Paul, Richard S 271 

Paylor, Frances Maria ,.337 
Paylor. Harriett Lee ..231 
Payne, Carolyn Va. ..337 
Payne. Glenn Norman ..231 
Payne, James Shelton ..337 

Payne, Judy M 231 

Payne, Shirley Lynn ..337 

Peaden, Mary J 300 

Pearce, Carol Ann ...300 
Pearce, Dwight Wayne ... 
231 
Pearce. Judy Rae ....300 
Pearce, Linda Joyce ...271 
Pearce. Lucretia Gale ..337 
Pearson, Robert A. ...251 
Pearson, Thomas W. Jr. .. 
500 
Pearson. William S. ..271 
Peck. William Edwin ..231 
Peedin, Bonnie G. ...271 
Peedin, Linda Ann ...251 
Peedin. Rebecca Gail ..321 
Peele. Douglas T. ...300 
Peele, James Haywood ... 
337 
Peele, Mary Emma ,.232 
Peele. Nancy Eleanor ,.232 
Peele, Patricia Ann ...300 

Pelt. Alice Kaye 337 

Pender, Frances Susan ..271 

Pendergrass. Rannie J. .271 

Penland. Barbara Anne ... 

500 

Penny, Carol Ann 357 

Pentecost. John M. ..271 
Penuel. Bobby Glenn ..232 
Perdue. James Maurice.. 252 
Perkins, Ann Courtney.. 500 

Perkins, Carolyn 271 

Perkins, Florence L. ..232 
Perkins. Wm. John ...337 
Perkinson, James E. Jr. ... 
500 
Perkinson, John L. ...337 
Pernell, Julian T. ...271 
Pernell. Larry Eugene ..271 
Perry, Carolyn V. ...5 37 
Perry. Franceine W. ..337 
Perry. James William ..271 

Perry, Joan G 300 

Perry, Joyce Marie ...337 
Perry, Linwood M. Jr. .271 
Perry, Nancy Carolyn ..272 
Perry, Peggy Fischer .,252 
Perry. Raymond Dale ..272 

Perry. Roscoe 357 

Petka. Robert C 272 

Peters, Robert Larry ..272 
Peters. Wayne Arnold ..252 
Peterson, Joseph L. ...500 
Peterson, Kenneth W, ..537 
Peterson, Sarah G. ..252 
Petrullo. Marie Ellen ..557 

Pettee, Christine 537 

Pettlgrew. Jacqueline ..272 
Pettigrew. Sandra J. ...337 
Pfaff, Shirley Ann ...557 
Phelps, Brenda Ray ..272 
Phillips, Alice Anne ..300 
Phillips, Carolyn M. F. ... 
252 
Phillips, Doris Kay ,..500 

Phillips, Ethel L 357 

Phillips, Larry Lee ...232 
Phillips, Larry Wayne ..272 
Phillips. Lynn Craig ..300 
Phillips, Mary Ann ...337 

Phipps, Robert Dow 537 

Pickard, Donna Lee ,.557 
Pickard, Mildred L. 
Pickett, Larry S. ., 
Pierce, Don Leroy Jr. ..537 
Pierce, Gloria Gale ...272 
Pierce, Hal Warren ..337 
Pierce, ■Kenneth Macon .272 
Pierce, Theresa Ann ..337 
Pigott, Elizabeth S. ...300 
Pike, Diana Leigh ...272 

Pike, Joe Bill 272 

Piland, Peggy Knight ..272 
Finer, Wallace Joe ..272 
Pinion, Dorothy Lee ..232 



.337 



Pinion, Mildred Ruth ..252 
Piper, Wm. Marion ...500 
Pitchford. Ray E. Jr. ..500 
Pitt. Gaye Wilson ,,.500 
Pittman, Harold Henry ..557 
Pittman. Irving K. ...500 
Pittman, Gurney Ed Jr. ... 
501 
Pittman, Ivey Harold ..501 
Pittman, Janet Eileen ,.501 
Pittman, Theresa Anne .272 
Piver, Joan Carol ....301 
Poffenbaugh. Patsy A. ..337 

Polhill. John H 301 

Pollard. Delphia B. ...301 

Pollett, Janet E 557 

Poole, Alice Carol ....301 
Poole, Eleanor Ruth ...190 
Poole. Eric Lynn ....232 
Poole, James E. II ...337 
Foot. John Richard ...557 
Pope. Frances Warren ..272 
Pope. Robert W. Jr. ..337 



Porter, Charles A. ...232 
Porter, Michael W, ...357 

Potter, Cheryl D 357 

Potter, Joshua Ed Jr. ,.501 
Potter. Sandra Lynn ...557 

Potts. Mary Ann 558 

Powell, Barbara Lynn ..338 
Powell. Beverly Meade .232 
Powell, Daniel A. ..2 52 
Powell, Donna Gale ..338 
Powell. Gary Charles ..272 
Powel, Joan Ellen ,,.727 
Powell, Marjorie M, ..558 
Powell, Martha Ann ..558 
Powell, Mary K. ...233 
Powell. Thomas Lowell . . 
272 
Pratt. Charles F. Jr. ..301 
Prescott, Gordon Lee.. 338 
Presley. Ronnie D. ..272 
Presley, Wm. Earnest ...301 
Presser. Lona Kaye ...272 
Pressley, Charles C. ..338 
Preston. Gloria Diane ,.272 

Price. Anna Kay 233 

Price. Carolyn Dale ...301 
Price. Frances Gail ...301 

Price. Iris June 338 

Price, Janis Marie ....338 
Price, Joseph Manning . . . 

Price. Peggy Jean ....235 
Pridgen, Alice Ann M. .272 
Prideen. Frances O. ...358 
Pridgen, Joseph Henry .233 
Prideen, Judy Carol ...233 
Pridgen, Roland Scott .,558 
Primm. Sandra Gale ,.538 
Prince, William Henry ... 



301 
Prlvette. lud'th M. ...235 
Privette, Phillip M. ..501 

Proctor, Joseph E 501 

Proctor, Susan Ann ...338 
Prothro. David George ..538 
Prout, Rebecca Sue ...2 53 
Pr^er. Slas Henry ...272 
Pryor. Elizabeth Ann ..501 
Puckett. Rodger A. ...558 
Pugh, Ann Gillentine ..255 
Pugh, Tommy Eugene ..558 
Pugh, Worth Ted Marsh .. 

Pulley. Charlie H, Jr. ..301 
Pulley. Charles Owen ..190 
Pulley, Nancy C. Rose.. 272 
Purcell, Sean Francis ..301 
Purser. Howard Boyce ..272 
Purvis, Katherine Ann ..301 
Purycar, Charles C. ..233 
Puryear, Franklin G. ..233 
Pusser, Herman Lamar ..233 
Pyne, Neal Leslie 301 



Quails, Orville P. 
Queen, Margaret Joan 
Query, Lydia Jane 
Quinlivan, Michael J. 
Quinn, Colon Kelly 
Quinn, Jerome A. . 
Quinn, Michael L, . 
Quinn, Robert W. . 
Quinton. Sandra Kaye 



Rabon, Nan Nell ....301 

Rachels, Carolyn Penn ..272 

Radford, Frances C. ..301 

Radford, Lynda Faye ..233 

Rados. Richard Alan ..338 

Ragsdale, Jewell Lee ..233 

Ragland. Mary, Morris ..233 

Raines. Kathryn Ann ..338 



Ramseur. Franklin F. ..501 
Ramsey. David Allen ..338 
Ramsey, Hazel Joyce ..338 
Rape, Janet Louise ....22 
Rasor, Brooks M. Jr. ..272 
Ratcliff. John L. Ill ..301 
Ratcliff. Patricia L. ..338 
Rath. Barbara Helen ..338 
Raughley, James B. ...358 
Ravelli, John Wm. ...538 
Rawls, Lloyd Hildriss. .358 
Ray. Donna Benton ...338 
Rayfield, Hubert E. Jr. .272 
Raynor, David Kenneth ... 

358 
Raynor, Margaret E. ..272 
Raynor, William M. ..234 
Reagan, William D. Jr. ... 

338 
Reason, Sudie Modlin ..358 
Reaves, Elizabeth Ann ..538 

Reavis, Alma Drew 275 

Reavis, Gid Macon Jr. ... 



Redd, Sara Virginia 
Redding, Celine Bryan 
Redfem, G. Carrleeta 
Reece, Mary Jane . 
Reed, Sandra Johanne 

Reel. Alice Joy 

Reese, Thomas O. Jr. 
Reeves. Betty Jane.... 
Regelmann, Kenneth 



275 
Reichelderfer, Elaine ..23-( 
Reid. Fay Marlene -.273 
Reid, Timothy Wayne ,.501 
Reif. Paul Burtner ...275 
Reifsnyder, Jane E. ...501 
Reikosk-y, Doris Jean ..301 

Renegar, Ann P 273 

Respess, Sarah A. ...254 
Resseguie, George I. ..234 
Reynolds. Charles K. ..359 
Reynolds. Thomas H. ..339 
Rhew. Walter Ed ....301 
Rhodes, James Allen ..339 
Rhoades. Janice C. ...273 
Rhodes, Laura Stalls ..234 
Rhodes. Martha Lee ..339 
Rhodes, Susan Jane ...502 
Rhodes, Walter C. ...302 
Rhodes, William B. Jr. ... 

273 
Rhoney, Geraldine E. ..275 

Rhyne, Jo Ann 339 

Rice. Frank L. Jr. ...302 
Rice. James Glenn ...559 
Rice, Sandra Kaye ....359 
Rice. Wm. Bradford Wm.. 



Rich, Sybil Jo 234 

Richardson, Cecelia C. ... 
302 
Richardson, John E. ..2-'3 
Richardson, John R. ..339 
R'chardson, George R. ..275 
Richardson, Mary Jane ..302 
Richardson,. Ruby J. ..302 
licks, Ethridge H. II ...273 
.339 

273 
Riddick, Sylvia Kaye ..359 
Riddle. Kathryn Ruth ,.275 
Riddle. Mary Caroline ..339 
Rideout. Edith Claire ..302 

Rideout, Peggy Lee 234 

Ridoutt, Sandra H. ...254 
Ridge, Joan Irene ...275 
Rigcsbee, Carolvn Sue ..559 
Rigsbee, Arnold Wayne ... 

254 
Rigsbee, Dorothy D. ..254 
Riley, James Ogburn ., 254 
Riley, Marshia M. ...502 
Rimmer Frances L. ...502 
Rini, Aurora A. R. ..539 
Rippard, Joseph D. ..502 
Ritchie. Judith Mae ..254 
Ritchie, Angela R. ...559 
Ritter. Alan William ...255 
Rivenbark, Bumey Ray ..339 
Rivenbark. Wilton Jr. ..302 
Robbins, Everette Ace ..235 
Robbins, Johnnie M. Jr. ... 



Robbit 



Robbins, Phyllis Ann ..273 
Roberson, Richard J...235 
Roberson, Tommy E. ..275 
Roberson, William F. ..255 
Roberts. Adrian R. Jr. ..559 
Roberts, Berkley C. Jr. ..502 
Roberts, Herman C. ...302 
Roberts. Irwin C. Jr. ..255 

Roberts, James M 190 

Roberts, Joan Lee 275 

Roberts, Kay Holt ...302 
Roberts. Margaret Ann ..539 
Roberts, Terrell Ray ..359 
Roberts. Thomas T. ...559 
Roberts. Toby 273 



476 



Roberts. Virginia I.. ...339 
Roberts, Wm. Young ..339 
Robertson. Bernard P. ..539 
Robertson, Beverly M. ..302 
Robertson, Horace C. ..273 
Robertson, James M. ..235 
Robertson, James M. Jr. ... 

273 
Robertson, Joan Lee ..302 
Robertson, John F. ..339 
Robertson, Regina Sue ..339 
Robeson, Laurie R. ..302 
Robinson, James P. ..273 
Robinson, Pamela K. ..339 

Rock. Helen V 235 

Rodriguez, Frederick ...273 
Rodman. Eleanor M. ..273 
Rogers, Arthur Ray ...359 

Rogers, Bonnie B 339 

Rogers, Carol M 273 

Rogers, Catherine 235 

Rogers, Craig Allen ..302 
Rogers, Dorothy K. ..235 
Rogers, John Morris ..235 
Rogers, Mary Frances ..235 
Rogers. Nancy Jean ..339 
Rogers, Phyllis Kelly ..302 
Rogers, Rita Barbara ...339 
Rogers, Sandra Anne ..539 
Rogers. Wm. James ...302 
Rogerson, Barbara F. ..235 
Rogerson. Wiley B. Jr. ... 

255 
Rollins. Donna Gail ..539 
Rooker, Jamy Melinda ..339 
Rooks, Emily June ...339 
Rooney, James Michael .359 
Root. Melissa Ellen ..273 
Roper, Eunice Fay ...339 
Roper, Linwood W. Jr. ... 

235 
Roper, Selena Ryder ..273 

Rose, Carl Ray 340 

Rose, Charles F 273 

Rose, Jerry Glenn ...302 
Rose, Joseph Franklin ..235 
Rose, Robert Kent ...540 
Roseman. Paul M. Jr. ... 

340 
Rosenbaum, Phillip D. ... 

340 
Rosental. Marita S. ..273 
Rosier, Douglas B. ...302 

Ross, Elizabeth 190 

Ross, Henry A. Jr 340 

Ross. Lois Diane 340 

Ross, Patricia Ann ...274 
Ross, Paul Bourne ...540 

Ross. Phillip A 340 

Ross, Priscilla Bruce ..274 
Ross. Susan Dianne ...502 
Rosser, Mary Claire ...502 
Roughton. Edgar G. ...340 
Rountree. Carolyn G. ..274 

Rouse, Emma Lee 274 

Rouse, Frances M. ...302 
Rouse. Lebern Eldred ..340 

Rouse, Patricia 274 

Rouse, Sue Neil 235 

Rouse., Thomas King, ..340 

Rouse. Tony 236 

Rouse, Walter Arthur ..340 
Rouse, Willard Ann ...236 
Roush, Judy Ann ....236 

Roussy, Suzanne 274 

Rowland, Mary Eugenia ... 

302 
Rowe. Cynthia Lynn ..302 
Rowe. Virginia Ann ...340 
Rowell, Cecelia Jane ..302 
Rowland, Gerald Boyd ... 

256 
Royer. Judith Ann ...340 
Royster. Robert W. ,.256 
Rublein. Walter J. ...302 
Rudisill, Larry Ray ...236 
Rudisill, Michael D. ...302 
Rudy. John Randall ....274 

Ruf/in, Earle S 302 

Runnion. Harry Edward 274 
Rush, Rebecca Jane ...502 
Russ. Alan Henderson ..340 
Russ, Gloria Eliz ....340 
Russ. Stuart Hall Jr. ..302 
Russell, William W. ..236 
Rutledge, Fred Allen ..340 
Rynearson, Robert Jr. ..302 

Ryan. Michael P 302 

Ryan, Randolph W. ...340 
Ryan, Robert Lee ....236 
Ryon, Thomas S. Jr. ..274 



Safrit. Richard W. ..302 
Saldin, Carole Ann ..274 
Sallenger. Nancy G. ..340 
Sams, Michael Graham ... 
274 
Samuels, Barbara M. ...302 
Sanderlin, Brenda Lee ..340 

Sanders, Alice 505 

Sanders, Charlene 540 

Sanders, Katherine A. ..540 
Sanders, Thomas H. ...256 
Sanderson, Betty Lou ..274 
Sanderson, Gary D. ...303 
Sanderson. Leon M. ..236 
Sanderson, Sandra Lou ..340 



Sanford, Bert J. Ill ...274 

Sapp, Jane Eva 274 

Sarafandi, Abdul F. M. ... 
274 
Sasscr, Mary Catherin ..340 
Sasser, Nancy Ward ..303 
Sasser, Paul Lehman ..340 
Sasscr, Virginia Kay ..274 
Satterfield, Benton E. ..305 
Sattcrwhite, Garland ..274 
Sauerbier, Rosemary T. .303 
Saul. Carol Ann ....540 
Saunders. Gordon Lee ..256 
Saunders. Jane D. ...505 
Saunders, Mary R. ...303 
Saunders. William J. ..236 
Sauvegeau, Delia Ann ..256 
Savage. Jerry Glenn ..236 

Savage, Linda P 303 

Savin, Judy Elizabeth ..340 

Sawrey, Linda Lee 340 

Sawyer, Beverly H. ...236 

Sawyer, Douglas M 236 

Sawyer, Edgar T. Jr. ..305 

Sawyer, Judith S 340 

Sawyer, Kathryn Sue ...237 

Sawyer, Leslie P 505 

Sawyer, Martha Ann ...340 
Sawyer, Thomas Earl ..303 
Scarlett, James Gary ...274 
Schectcr. Roger N. ...340 
Schiavone, Joseph A. ...303 
Schlick, Robert Allan ..503 
Schrum. Paul M. Jr. ...505 
Schwartz. Marjorie L. ..257 
Schwcncke, Christine ...274 
Schwentorus. Ronald ..257 

Schwind. Patricia A 274 

Scott. Anne Geraldine ..340 

Scott. Carol Jane 274 

Scott, Donald G 303 

Scott, Henry Donald ..237 
Scott. Horace Keith .. 274 
Scott, James Richard ..303 
Scott, Patricia Ann ....237 
Scott. Patricia Lee ....274 
Scott, Rebecca Ann ...237 

Scott. Richard D 274 

Scott. Iris Suzanne R. ..237 
Scraggs. Max Dale ...257 
Scars, Albin Bradford ..257 
Sears, George Edgar ...340 
Sears, June Frances ,.503 

Self, Carol Ann 303 

Self, Wm. Dixon 305 

Seiglcr, Marie Louise ..340 

Sellers, Ethelene 257 

Sclsor, Barbara J 303 

Senger. Larry Eugene ...340 
Scnliicr. Maureen E. ...345 
Scnkier, Michael P. ...237 
Scntell. Katherine A. ..303 
Separk, Willis Allen ..237 
Scssoms. Barbara L. ..274 

Seward, Steven C 303 

Seymour, George M. ...237 
Seymour, Harvey D. ..341 

Shadle. Suzanne 541 

Shame!, Joe Franklin ...341 
Shannon, Leslie Kaye ..341 
Shannon. Paul Andrew .541 
Sharp, Charles S. Jr. ..541 
Sharpc. Frederick Jr. ..257 
Sharpe, Linda Faye ...303 
Shaver, Teresa Layne ..257 

Shaw. James E. Jr 341 

Shaw, Moody Bane Jr. ... 



Patric 



Shearer, William C. ..238 
Shearin. Barbara Ann ..274 
Shcarin, Dan McCrae ...274 
Shearin, Earl C. Jr. ...303 
Shearin. Lucius A. Ill ..300 
Shearin. Lynn Ridley ..341 



Shearin, No 



She 



obby Ncuman 



J. ..258 



Sheffer, Carel Ann ....203 

Sheets. Charles E 274 

Shehdan, Linda Faye ..541 
Shelton, Fredrick B. ...503 
Shelton. Judy Howard ..341 
Shepard. Bruce G. ...274 
Sheppard. Calais P. ...238 
Sheppard, Carolyn J. ...341 
Sheridan. Sara Jane ...341 

Sherman. George J 274 

Sherrill, Russell G. ...274 
Sherwood. Daniel E. Jr. ... 
238 
Shields, Deanna E. ...541 
Shipp, Jacquelii 
Shipp, Virginia 
Shirley, Carolyn Ann ..341 

Shirley, Marie J 2-38 

Shoaf, Melinda G 274 

Shoffner, Lynn Drew ...341 
Shore, Pamela Kay ...341 
Shore, Joan Gayle ...541 
Short, Harold Milton ...341 
Shuffler, Jimmie N. ...341 
Shutt, Wanda Kaye ....275 

Siegel, Stuart C 238 

Siegfried, Judith W. ...275 
Siegfried, Nancy Lynn ..541 
Siegfried, Ronald Ray ..303 
Sigmon, Joyce Harvey ..275 
Sikes, Paul L. II ...275 
Silverstein, Gary M. ...258 
Simmons, Almeria Mae.. 303 
Simmons, Betty Anne ...303 



Mil 



303 



Simpson, Walter S. ..275 
Simpson. Wilbur G. Jr. ... 
303 
Sims, Beverly Eugenia ..305 
Sineath, Bronna Jean ...238 
Singleton. Wm. Earl ...541 

Sink, Joyce Ann 541 

Singleton, Maxine H. ..275 
Sizer. Sharon Ann ...275 

Skiles, John T 238 

Skiles, Marvin Dale ...303 
Skinner, Amanda Jane 303 
Skinner, Coronel C. ..275 
Skinner. James A. Jr. ..341 

Skinner. Mary 1 23S 

Skipper, Judith R. ... 238 
Slappey, Jack Mayo ...341 
Slaughter, Anne F. ..341 
Slaughter, Linda P. ...275 
Slaughter, Steven T. ..341 
Slaughter. William L. ...238 
Slezak, Theodore S. ...305 

Sloan, Joe Dan 258 

Sloan, Marvin Bruce ...238 
Sloan, Mary Vivian ...305 

Sloan. Sharon G 341 

Sloath. Sondra Anne ...541 
Small, Alice Freeman ..275 
Small, Anna Louise ..541 
Small. Dianne Imogene .. 
275 
Small, Janie Faye ..541 
Small. Richard Henry ...541 
Small, Stephen Alan ...239 
Small, Wilburn E. Jr. ..341 
Smart. William D, ...239 
Smallwood. Cynthia R. .. 
341 
Smith, Adelia Justine ..239 
Smith, Albert G. Jr. ..303 
Smith. Allen Vann ... 303 
Smith. Ashley Moore . . 341 
Smith. Barry Lee .... 275 

Smith. Betty Lou 259 

Smith, Brenda Lee ....304 
Smith, Brenda Lanetle ..541 
Smith. Brenda Sue ....275 
Smith. Carole Buxton ..341 
Smith, Carolyn Glenn ..239 
Smith, Carolyn Stokes ..275 
Smith, Charles Edmond .. 
239 
Smith. Charles Lee ..304 
Smith. Charles Kent ...341 
Smith, Daniel Taylor ,.342 

.Smith, Delithia D 275 

Smith, Dianne Porter ..239 
Smith, Dixie Lee ...304 

Smith. Dorothy K 542 

Smith, Edwin T. Jr. ..275 
Smith. Ellen Lloyd ...504 
Smith, Emily Blanche ...304 
Smith, Emma Claudia ..342 
Smith, Emmett Garland .. 

Smith, Ethel Marie ...275 

Smith, Fuia Merle 275 

Smith, Gail C 304 

Smith, Gene S 304 

Smith, Gerald Graham ..304 
Smith. Jack Belvin ...504 
Smith. Jacob Rodney ...259 
Smith. James Brown Jr. .. 

239 
Smith. James Larry ...340 
Smith. Janet Elaine ...342 
Smith, Jean Anne ...342 
Smith, Jimmy Dexter ...259 
Smith. John Martin Jr. ... 

542 
Smith, Joseph Lynn ...342 
Smith. Judith Anne ...259 
Smith. Kenneth Ray ...275 
Smith, Lannis Eugene ..504 

Smith, Lela Faye 275 

Smith, Lynn Daniel ....504 
Smith, Margaret Nell ..275 
Smith, Mary Carolyn ..275 
Smith, Mary E. Dunn ..275 
Smith. Mary Elizabeth ..275 
Smith, Mary Frances ...504 
Smith, Michael Elliot ..275 
Smith, Miriam Eileen ...304 
Smith, Miriam Elks ..239 
Smith, Patsy Gayle ...342 

Smith, Peggy Ann 342 

Smith, Robert G. Jr. ..304 

Smith. Roland A 239 

Smith, Russell P. Jr. ..304 
Smith, Ruth Helen ...342 
Smith, Sally Annette ..540 
Smith, Sandra Lanae ...304 

Smith, Sue Ellen 275 

Smith, Sue Hardy 239 

Smith, Virginia R. ...342 
Smith, Wm. Lowry ...259 
Smith, Wm. Richard ..259 

Smoot, Catharine 275 

Snead, Lawrence C. ...275 

Sneed, Sara Ann 542 

Snell, Donna Hooker ..275 
Snell, Jean Hurley ...542 
Sniteman, Stephen B. ..504 
Snow. Judith Lynne ..342 
Snyder, Ann Geraldine .542 
Snyder, Donald F. ...342 
Snowden, Wilson W. ..275 
Sober. Harry Morris ...342 
Somers, James Phillip ..239 
Somersett, Linda D. ...342 
Soufas, James Lynn ...240 



South. Arlene S 304 

Spann, Carl Thomas ...240 
Sparrow. David Martin ..342 
Sparrow. John Dalton ..342 
Speight, John Lewis ...304 

Speir, Rawley G 304 

Spell, Carolyn Rose ...340 
Spell, James Herbert ...275 

Spell. Lena Gray 342 

Speller, Julian T. Jr. ..240 
Spence. Janet Bland ...240 
Spcnce, Lou Winette ..342 
Spence. Margaret Anna 






Betty Jo Wm. 



276 



Spencer, Carroll A. ...190 

Spencer, Doris E 342 

Spencer, Fay Combs ...240 
Spencer, Jesse Wilson ..240 
Spencer. Johnny Wm. Jr. .. 
342 
Spencer. Walter J, Jr. ..276 
Spiece, John Richard ..342 

Spiegel, Charles 240 

Spivey, Nancy Marie ...276 
Spragins. Linda C. ...342 
Springle, Charles L. ...276 
Springs, Eleanor Anne ..276 
SpruiU, Hayw'ood Jr. ..504 



Staalman. Linda Lee ...342 
Stadfield, Carol R. ...276 
Stafford, Audrey M. S. ... 

240 
Stafford. Franklin L. ..276 
Stafford, Grace Ann ...276 
Stafford. Patricia J. ...276 

Stafford, Sarah C 304 

Stainback, Brenda Lou ..342 
Staley, John A. Jr. ...542 
Stalker, Sharon Earle ..276 
Stallings, Linda Kay ..240 

Stalls. Betty Jean 342 

Stalls, Phyllis Ann ...240 
Stalnaker. Susan E. ...342 
Stancil, Brownie H. ...190 

Stancil, James G 304 

Stanley, Barbara J. S. ..240 
Stanley, Kenneth Ray ..276 
Stanley, Phyllis Kay .304 
Stanton, James Claude ..240 
Stanton, Janice Raye ..304 
Stapleford. Lorena R. ..276 
Staples, Dennis Shaw ...304 
Starnes, Michael H. ...276 
Starr. Michael Allen ...240 
Statome, Ronald Lee ...240 

Staton. Vernon E 276 

Stay, John Nicholson ..304 
Steadman, Judith C. ...304 
Steed. Roland Edward ..276 
Steed, Wm. Page ....504 
Steele. Ritchie Dare ...304 

Steen, Roger Gail 240 

Steen, Ronald Lewis ...241 
Stephany, Jean Candac ..241 
Stephens, Berkley Jr. ..241 

Stephens. Christi 276 

Stephens, Donna Lou ..304 
Stephens, Glenda Ann ..241 
Stephenson. Carl Wm. ... 

542 
Stephenson, Charles R. ... 

Stephenson, Gloria E. ..276 
Stephenson, Jane P. ..304 
Stephenson. James T. ..276 
Stephenson, Linda A. ..276 
Stevens, Wayne Scott ...276 

Stevens. Willis R 276 

Stewart, Billie K. ...241 
Stewart, Joan Grace ...342 
Stewart, Marilyn H. ...241 
Stewart, Donald A. ...304 
Stewart, Gwendolyn A. ... 

241 

Stewart, Jo Ann 342 

Stewart, Odis Richard ..276 
Stewart, Thomas A. ..304 

Stiller, John Ryan 342 

Stillman, Lynn B 276 

Stinagle, George W. ...276 
Stinagle. Janice Eliz ...342 

Stith. Phillip E 545 

Stockner, James Irven ..343 
Stinson, William J. ...345 
Stinson. Wesley Ray ...543 
Stocks, Brenda Alleen ..276 
Stocks. Peggy Louella ..241 

Stokes, Atf^red C 504 

Stokes, Ella Grace ...304 
Stokes, Rhodes Cherry ..343 

Stone, Barbara Lou 345 

Stone, Sara Louise 276 

Stone, Susan A 304 

Stonestreet, John M. ...241 
Stonestreet. Linda V. ...343 

Stott, Connie Jo 343 

Stott, Drayton P 343 

Stott, Thomas Carlyle ..305 
Stout, Carl Duncan ....545 
Stovall. Thornton Jr... 343 
Stowe, Arthur Raymond ... 

241 
Stowe, Howard Voncele . . . 

241 
Strayhorn, Jane Ann ...543 
Strickland, Ethel G....241 

Strickland, John C 276 

Strickland, Lavetta A. ..241 
Strickland, Linda D. ..543 
Strickland. Linda E. ...241 



As shown, the 1964 summer 
theater displayed some in- 
triguing scenery and charac- 
terizations. 



Strickland, Wanda Sue .545 
Stringer, Charles M. ...505 

Strole, Pamela H 343 

Stroud, Elizabeth Ann ..343 
Stroud. Thomas B. Jr. ..241 
Stroup, Wm. Robert ...54} 
Stroup. Charles E. ...343 
Strunks, Meredith W. ..545 
.277 
). Jr. ..305 

Stutts, Mary Alice 277 

Styron, Eston S 241 

Styron, George Tilden ..277 
Sugg, Eve Whitfield ...277 



Suggs, Judith Ann ....305 

Sullivan, Jane R 242 

Sullivan, James Clay ...190 
Sullivan, Juanita Kay ..343 
Sullivan, Judith Lee ...242 
Sullivan, June Cheryl ..242 
Sullivan, Linda Faye ...305 
Sullivan. Wm. Warren ... 

343 
Sullivan. Willlis B. ...242 
Sumerlin. Carol Y. ...343 
Summa. Mark Francis ...242 
Sumner, Brenda W. ...505 
Sumner. John Eugene ...277 
Sumner, Ronald McCoy .. 

343 
Sumrell, Douglas Earl ..343 
Sundy, Elizabeth J. ...343 
Surles, Billie Ruth ...343 
Surles, Hugh Sexton ...305 

Surratt, Janet L 505 

Suto, Albert B. Jr 277 



Sutt. 



Benj; 

Donna Jo 545 

Elizabeth Ann ..543 
Sutton. Hubert P. Jr. ..305 

Sutton, Joan 242 

Sutton, Judith Ann ...305 
Sutton, Johnny C. ...343 
Sutton. Winston D. ...343 
Swain, Clifford Wade ..343 



Stephen C. 
Swicegood, Linda Sue 
Swindell. Carroll E. 



Swinson. Allen S 505 

Swinson. Barbara Jean ..305 
Sykes. Betty Lynn ....277 



Tadlock James A. Jr. ..190 
Taft. Donald M. Ill ..305 
Taft. Nancy Gail ....545 



Tankard. Frances H. ..242 
Tant, James Rayford ..242 
Tapscott, Jackie Lou ..344 



Tarleton, Marilyn J. 
Tarleton, Pamelia Ma 
Tart, Patricia Claire 



477 




Wright Fountain is many things to many people; to some, 
place to sit, to others, a place of beauty. To all, however, 
place of pleasant memories. 



Tart, Rose Annette 

Tatum, Ann Terese . . . 
Tayloe, Edward D. ... 
Taylor, Carolyn B. ... 
Taylor. Charles E. Jr. .. 
Taylor, Deanna Faye ... 
"" ' Edgar Haywood 



Taylo 

Tayl. 
Tayl. 
Tayl. 



Elizabeth R. 
Gail Marie 



Ginger Byrd ... 

Taylor. Helen P 

Taylor, James H. Ill .. 

Taylor. Jane E 

Taylor. Judith Ann ... 
Taylor, Julia Carol ... 
Taylor, Kenneth Bruce . . 

Tavlor, Lucy Eliz 

Taylor. Maureen Anne .. 
Taylor, Neil Manton . . . 
Taylor. Nora Thomas .. 
Taylor, Peggy Jean .... 

Taylor. Shera Dare 

Taylor. Toni Joanne : 

Teachey, Bobby 

Tcachey, Jerold C. ... 
Teachey, Linda Faye . . 
Teachey, Wilson Grady 

Teague, Larry Thomas 

Teal, Claudia Jean ...: 
Teal. Patricia Ann ...: 

Tedder. Nancy Jo 

Teel, Bennie Earl ....: 
Teeling. Richard Carl .. 
Teer. Robert Dillard ... 
Teer, Susan Tatum ... 

Teer, William S 

Teeter. Jane Blair ...: 

Teitelbaum, Charlene 

Temple, Judie Allison ..: 
Temple. Landon S. Jr. . . 
Temples. Rodeer D. ...: 
Templeton, Clement F. ... 
Templeton, Robert A. ... 
Terpenning, Marsha J. 

Terrell. Benjamin T. ... 
Terrell. Charles L. Jr. ..: 
Terrell, Brenda Lynn ..; 
Terrell, Susan Kay ... 
Terrell, Wm. Isaac Jr. .. 

Terry. Lydia J : 

Tesh. Bennie F. Jr. ...'■ 
Tesh. Billy Eugene ....; 
Tetterton. Aueusta R. ..: 
Teu, Mary Margaret ..' 
Tew. Ellen Knox ...: 
Tew, Stanley Martin ...; 
Tharrington, Donnie E. 

Tharrington. Norman A. 



Thomas Howa 



Thit 



Brenda Lyn 

Thigpen. Frances Kaye 
Thigpen, Judy Lucille 
Thigpen. George D. . 
Thigpen, Ono S. Jr. 
Thomas. Aillene S. . 

Thomas, Asonia 

Thomas. Carroll A. . 
Thomas, Clinton E. . 
Thomas. David Ross . 
Thomas. Dorothy C. . 
Thomas. Frances L. . 
Thomas. Harriett K. 
Thomas. Judith Ann 
Thomas. Julia Ann . 



Thompson. Don 



Thompson, John Walter ... 
277 
Thompson, Linda L. ..345 
Thompson, Martha M. ..277 
Thompson, Mary L. ...345 
Thompson. Shirley F. ..243 
Thornis, Edwin John ..345 
Thornton, Thomas A. ..243 
Thornton, Violet Ro5e__. .306 
Thurman, Marguerite 



243 



Ticket, Effie An 
Tilghman, James 
Tillett, Robert C 
Tilley, James M. 
Timmerman. Linda M. ..244 
Timberlake. Otis E. Jr. ... 



.306 



Tineen, Mary Ann . 

Tinsley, Lora Sue .. 

Tippett. Michael A. . 

Tippett, Shirley Ann 

Tisdale. Noel Houston 

Tisdale, Stephany Anr 



Tole; 

Tolley, Jerry Russell ...244 

ToUey, Patricia D. P, ... 

244 
Tolley. Samuel Roland ..277 
Tomberlin. Michael B. ..345 
Tomlin. Charles W. ...244 
Toomey, Timothy C. ...306 
Topping, Charlotte S. ..345 
Torick, Judith Anne ...345 
Tosto. Edwin E. Jr. ...306 
Totten. Banks T. Jr. ..306 
Townsend, Henry K. ...306 
Townsend, Terry Dean ,.277 
Tracy, Margaret V. ...277 
Trader, Barbara Sue ...244 
Trammell, Davie Young ... 

244 
Traub, Louanne E. ...244 
Trawick, James L. Jr. ..345 
Trexler, Terrell H. ...244 
Tripp, Jimmie Linda ...277 
Tripp, Joe Speight ...345 
Tripp. Milton Kieth ...345 
Trompeter, Constance ...345 

Trott. Jerry T 345 

Trotter, Linda Gale ...244 
Trotter, Serge Henry ..345 
Troutman. Robert Loy ..306 
Troxler Daniel W. Jr... 345 
Tmesdale. John M. ...345 
Truitt, Robert Elmo ....306 



Traill. William E 345 

Tucker, Elizabeth C. ..244 
Tucker. James Lambert 345 
Tucker, Joshua L. ...277 
Tucker. Randolph L. ...345 
Tucker. Richard T. ...244 
Tucker, Russell E. ...277 
Tucker. Sara Marie ...306 
Tugwell, Jewel Moore ..345 
Tugwell, Wilson F. Jr. ... 



Vin 



345 



Turbyfill, Harold C. ...244 
Turner. Billy Ray ...245 
Turner, Henry Warren ..245 
Turner. Hubert M. Jr. ..306 

Turner, James M 277 

Turner. John Lee ...245 
Turner, Katherine M. ..345 
Turner, Mary Alice ....277 
Turner, Nicky Odom ..345 
Turner. Paula Teachey ..245 
Turner. Vicky Faye ...345 
Tutor. Nancy Carmen ..345 
Turtle, Deborah Jane ..345 
Twiford, Samuel A. Jr. ... 



Twiford, Travis Wayne 



Twitty, Tommy E. 
Tyer, Charlie Brow 
Tyer, John Lewis 
Tyler, John Dorian 
Tyler, Judith Evelyn ..278 
Tyson, Carrie Eula ...245 



.346 



Tyson. Joyce Ann 
Tyson, Joyce Carole 
Tyson, NanQ- Ruth 
Tyson, Ronald Moye 
Tyson, Sylvia Johnsor 



Ulrick, James David ..245 
Umberger. Mildred J. ..278 
Underbill, Timothy C. ..346 
Underwood. Martha R. ... 

306 
Undera'ood, Winston L. ... 

278 
Upchurch. George G. ..346 
Upchurch. Larry B. ...278 
Upton. Bill L. Jr. ...306 
Usilton, John Lyston ...346 
Ussery. Richard Lee ...378 
Ussery. Robert M. Jr. ..245 
Utsev. Tina Dianne ...306 
Uram. Bruce Conrad ..346 



Valentine. Nancy T. ...278 
Vanburen. Patricia ...306 
Vandyken, Christian ..278 
Van Gelder. Donna Lee .. 

346 
Vantuvl, Alan Wells ,,.346 
Vandiford, Janice C. ...245 
Vandyken. Jane E. Tuck ... 

278 
Van Hov. Francis S. ...346 
Van Middlesworth C. ..346 
Vann Dwanda Leon ..346 
Vannortwick. Kav Y ...245 
Vanuk. Daniel Anthony ... 



Vaughn, Jannice Gail ..278 
Vaught. Donald C. ..346 
Vcasey, Samuel M. ..306 
Vellette. Joseph L. ...346 
Venable, Bette Jayne ..346 
Venters, Roland Vance ..306 
Verbruggen. Carol L. 346 
Verner, Sharon Gale ..346 
Vick, Martha Ann ...278 
Vincent, Charles A. ..306 
Vienneau. Vicki Lee ..346 
Vinson, Betty Lavonne ..245 
Viverette. James S. ..306 
Vogel. Rosalie Marie ..245 

Vogler. Rebecca Z 245 

Vogt. Valeria Louise ...246 



Waddell, Alice Bare ..246 



Wackerman, Charles S. ... 
278 
Waddill, Mary G. N. ..246 
Waddel. Mary Sue ...346 
Waddill, Sandra Gary ..246 

Wade, John R 306 

Wade, Rebecca Sue ....306 

Wade, Richard C 346 

Wade, Virginia F 346 

Wadsworth. Elizabeth ..278 
Wade, William Frank ..190 
Waff. Patricia Ann ...190 
Wager, Kenneth Bruce ..346 
Wahab, Linda Diane ...246 
Wakefield, Geor, " 



Walker, Bonnie Spence 



.306 



Walker, Edward R. ...3 
Walker. Ethelyn J. ...2 
Walker, James Alton ...3 
Walker. James Gregory 



Walker 


Jackie 


Edwin .. 


Walker 


Michael Leigh . . 




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Walker 




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Wall, Arthur Richard .. 


Wall. 


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Wall, 


Frances 


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Wall. 


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Wallac 


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Wallac 


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Eliz. ... 


Wallac 


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Wallac 


Steph 


en C. ... 


Wallac 




Dane .. 


Wallac 




am H. Jr. 


Walsh. 


John 


Lister ... 


Walters 


Diana 


Louise .. 




Drina 


Kay ... 




Jennes 


Randy .. 



Walters, Jerry Lynn 
Ward. Bobby Julian . 
Ward. Bonnie Carole . 
Ward, Donald Linwood 



ard 



278 



Wa 



Hugh Ammie . .437 
Warren, James Michael ... 
307 
Warren, Linda Joyce ..246 
Warren, Tony Davis ..278 
Washko, Robert James ..246 
Waters. Alfred Leon ..246 
Waters, Betty Lou ...307 
Waters. Marion H. ...278 
Waters, Mary Mizelle ..278 
Waters. Pamela Jo ...247 
Watkins, Bettie Lou ..347 
Watkins. Doris Poole ..278 
Watkins, Gary D. ...307 
Watson. Charles Ray ..347 
Watson, Jacquelyn May ... 
278 

Watson, Julia G 307 

Watson. Michael L. ..347 
Watson, Steven Edward ... 

Weatherman, Janie Lou ... 

Weaver, Diane Eliz. ...347 
Weaver. Patricia Jane ..247 
Weaver. Susan Jean ,..247 
Webb. Jean K'rk ....347 
Webb, Richard C. Jr. ..347 
Webb. Sarah Elizabeth ..247 

Weber, John C 307 

Webster. Charles Free ..247 
Webster, Harry Weldon ... 

247 
Weeks, Christopher E. ..278 
Weeks, James Rav ....247 

Weeks, Judith E 347 

Weeks, Rebecca lola ...347 
Weeks, Sandra L. ...307 
Weeks, Stephen Van ..307 
Weidman, Ronald James ... 

307 
Weigand, George A. ..347 
Weiss. Audrey Lee ...279 
Welch, Gloria Dare ..307 
Welch, Linda Louise ..347 
Welde. Charles Wayne ..347 
Weldon. Jillian Mary ..347 
Wells, Bessie Jane ....247 
Wells, Carroll L. ...279 

Wells, Gerry A 307 

Wells, Jeffrey S 307 

Wells, Kelly Albert ..247 
Welsh. Edwin A. Jr. ..347 

Welty, Lester F 307 

Wenzel. Terrianne A. ..347 
Wentzel, Sandra Kaye ..347 
Wescott. Colon Wayne ... 

279 
Wesncr, Chester Stan ..347 
West, Fred Doyle ...247 
West. Jennifer Joy ....307 
West, Joyce Marie ....279 

West, Jack Page 347 

West, Julian Roscoe ...347 



West. Maynard Dennis 24 
West, Michael Lee ....27! 
West, Nancy Jean ,...24 
West. Patricia Anne ...30 
West. Rose Mane ....24 
West, Susan Maxine 
Westbrook, Oliver M. 
Wester, Catherine L. 
Westfall, Susan Mary 
Weston, Catherine L, 
Weston. Mac Arthur 
Wetherington, Barbara 
Wetherington, Rosella 
Whaley. Carol L. . 
Whaley. David Glen 
Whaley, Roxie Patrice 
Whaley. Timothy J. 
Wheeler, Anne C. . 
Wheeler, James C. 
Wheeler, Valinda Ann 
Wheless, Donna P. 
Wheless, Mary Ann 
Whichard, James E. 
Whichard, Thomas M. ..= 
Whisenhunt. Margaret ..; 
Whitaker, Guy Warren 

2 
White, Barbara E, ...I 
White, Beverly Pratt ...; 
White, Billie Jordan ..; 

Whte. Carole E ; 

White, Donald Dane ..= 
White, Donna Louise . .; 

White, Elouise C ; 

White. Frieda Ruth ...2 
White, Gail Eliz. ...i 
White, Gerald Person ...= 
White. George A. Jr. ..2 

White, George Lay ; 

White, Gloria Rose ...3 
White. John Robert ...' 
White, Judith Ann ...i 
White. Karen Faye ...2 
Linda Rae ....I 



279 



247 



Lie 



Rea 



White. Willie O. Jr. 
Whitehead, Mary Kay 
Whtehurst, Betty R. 
Whitehurst, Cornelia 
Whitehurst, Corneliu 



Marsha G. .307 



Whitesell. Priscilla 
Whitfield, Barbara J. 
Whitfield, Margaret i 



Whitlark, Elizabeth 



348 



Whitley, Billie 

Whitley, David 

Whitley, Jerry E 348 

Whitley, John C. Jr. . 

Whitley. Judy Gail .. 

Whitley. Theodore W. 



Whit 



Whorley. Janice H. ., 
Wicker. Sandra Carol . 
Wickham. Marforie J . 
Widdifield. Marsha J. , 
Wiegner, George M. . 
Wiggins. Henry B.. Jr. 
Wiggs. James Philip . 
Wiggs, Verna Jo .... 
Wilcox, Robert Ancel . 
Wilkerson, Myrtle G, . 
Wilkes, Trudy Fay . 



348 



Wilk.r 
Wilkir 



Wilks, Sharon Anne ...348 
Willard. Cheryl L. ...348 
Willard, George Anne ..190 
Wilteford. Berta C. ...248 

Williams, Bernice 348 

Williams, Berry A. Jr. ..248 
Williams, Beulah Rose ,.279 
Wiliams, Brenda A. ...284 
Williams, Carla Lynn ..279 
Williams, Clara Ann ..279 
Williams, David E. ...307 
Williams, Edwin Jerry ..279 
Williams, Edwin L. Jr. .. 



W. 



348 



Williams, Frances G. 



478 



Willi: 
Willi: 
Willi: 



Willi; 

Willi: 
Willi: 
Willi: 

Willi: 
Willi: 



Fredrick Al 
Herbert III 
James E. Jr. 
James W. 



Judith I 
Laura Je 
Mackie 



Nancy C. . 
Patricia E. 
Robert M. 
Roma Gaylo 



Shirley A. 
Shirley R. 
Terry Jan 
Webster W. 
)n, Beverly 



Floyd F. .. 
Gerald F. .. 
Grady Lee 



Margaret 
Mary E. 
Mary L. . 



Willis 



Stephei 



.308 



liford, Dorothy J. ..249 
Everett G. ...308 
Grayer Keith ..280 
Jayne Thomas ..280 
John Doyle ...280 

Jonibel 280 

Julia Ann ...308 
Nancy Ann ...249 
Rebecca Ann ..249 
Thomas Ed ...308 
Willoughby, Ben Cobb ..280 
Willoughby. Joseph D. ... 



Willis 



Wilmoth, Shelby Kaye 
Wilmouth. Linda Carol 
Wilson, Ann Loraine 
Wilson, Ann Taylor 



Wilson, Earl Clinton ..308 

Wilson, Eugene Vernon . . . 
249 

Wilson, James Ivey ..349 

Wilson, Florence C. ...308 

Wilson, Kathleen E. ..349 

Wilson. Jerry Lynn 

Wilson, Linda G. . 

Wilson, Lois Faye 

Wilson, Luther L. . 

Wilson, Lynn Wood 

Wilson, Sylvia Dianne 

Wilson, Theresa E. 

Wilson, Wm. Woodrc 



.308 



.349 



Jr. 
349 
Roger ..280 



Windham, Lyndia Lou ..280 



Windham, Norma Taylor . 

249 
Windley, Joseph A. Jr. .. 

308 
Windley, Louisa Ann ..308 
Windom, Sondra Lea ..308 
Winfield, Georgia Ann ... 

308 

Wingate, Joanne 349 

Wingate, Leon Hal .,.349 
Winstead, James Edwin ... 

280 
Winstead, Janice C. ..308 
Winstead, Maty Lee ...249 
Winstead, Rowena G. ..349 
Winston, S*muel C. ..280 
Witcher, Eulis Dale ..349 
Withers, William F. ..250 
Witschen, Wm. Douglas ... 

349 
Witter, Linda May ...309 
Wohlnick, Charles T. ..250 
Wojahn, Glenda C. ...308 
Wolfe, Bonnie Mae ..280 
Wolters, Richard R. ..250 
Womack, Jane McNeill .. 

280 
Womble, Andrew G. ..308 
Womble, Doris Kaye ..349 
Wood. Ellen Glenn ..250 
Wood, Gloria Jarrett ..349 
Wood, James Gordon ..250 
Wood, Judith Evelyn ..280 
Wood, Mattie Tresa ...349 
Wood, Nina Elizabeth ..280 
Wood, Marilyn Hardee .. 

280 
Wood, Phyllis Moore ..250 
Wood, Wm. Michael ..349 
Woodard, Betty Jane ..349 



Woodard, Nancy E. . 
Woodard. Rachel Ann 
Woodard, Victoria .. 
Woodford, Warren J. 
Woodhull, Richard H. 
Woodley. Mary Ruth 
Woodrow, Robert S. 
Woodside, Jerry F. 
Woodson, Kathleen C 

Woolard, Donna H. 
Woolard, Phillip T. 
Wooten, Billie Joe .. 
Wooten, Gary Calvin 
Wooten, Lillian Hill 
Wooten, Martha Sue 
Wooten, Sandra L. 
Wooten, Sharyn Kaye 
Wooten, Timothy M. 
Worley, Edward Dixo 



Won 



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Worrell. Margaret Jo ..: 
Worrell, Patricia R. . .■ 
Wortham, Jacqueline E. 

Worthington. Charlott ..; 

Worthington, Elaine ..: 

Worthington, Michael ..■ 

Worthington, Norma H. 



Worthington, Richard 
Wray, Stephen L. . . . 
Wrenn, Kathryn V. 
Wrenn, Mary Iva . 
Wrenn, Doris Ann . 
Wrenn, Steven Lee . 
Wright, Carolyn Anne 
Wright, Danny Wade 
Wright, George A. . 



Wright, Patsy Raye . 

Wright. Sharon Leigh . 

Wynne, Harriett C. .. 

Wynne. James C 

Wynne, Judy Carol . . 



Yarborough, Jerry R. ...250 
Yates, Sammy Amos ...250 
Yezicrski, Julie Ann ..308 

Yopp. Sarah Ann 308 

Yorke. Jewell Ann ....350 
Young, Anne Patricia ..350 
Young, James Hilliard ..350 
Young, Joyce Held ...308 
Young, Katherine Kay ..308 
Young, Norma Marie ..250 
Young. Robert A. Jr. ..280 
Young, Sharon Ann ...250 
Young, Virginia Lee ..308 
Yount, Michael Dan ...308 
Yountz, Patricia Sue ..350 
Yow, Robert Neal ..308 



Photo Credits 




JOE BRANNON: 4—1: 5—1, 2, 3 
6—1, 2, 3: 8—1, 2, 3: 10—1, 2, 3 
11—1, 2, 3: 13—1, 2, 3: 14—1 
15—1: 16—1, 2: 17—1, 2, 3: 18—1 
2, 3, 4: 21—1, 2; 23—1, 2, 3: 24—1, 
2, 3, 4, 5, 6: 25—1, 2, 3, 4, 5: 26—1 
2, 3, 4: 27—1, 2, 3, 4: 28—1, 3, 4: 
29—1, 2, 3: 30—1, 2, 3: 31—1, 2, 3: 
4: 32—1, 2, 3: 33—1, 2, 3: 34—2, 3, 
4: 35—2: 36—1, 2, 3: 37—2: 28—1 
2, 3: 39—1, 2, 3, 4: 40—1, 2, 3 
41—1, 2: 42—1, 3: 43—1, 2: 44—1 
2, 3: 45—1, 2, 3: 46—1, 2, 3: 47—1 

2, 3: 48—1, 2, 3, 4: 49—1, 2, 3, 4, 5 
52—1, 2: 53—1, 2, 3: 54—1, 2, 3 
55—1, 2, 3, 4: 56—1, 2, 3, 4, 5: 57— 

1, 2, 3, 4: 58—1, 2, 3, 4: 59—1, 2, 

3, 4, 5: 60—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: 
62—1, 2, 3: 63—1, 2, 3: 64—1, 2, 

3, 4: 65—1, 2, 3, 4: 66—1, 2: 67—1, 

2, 3, 4: 68—1, 2, 3: 69—1, 2, 3, 4- 
70—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7: 71—1, 2, 3, 

4, 5, 6: 72—1, 2, 3, 5, 6: 73—1, 2, 

3, 4, 5: 74—1, 2, 3: 75—1, 2: 84—1, 
2, 3: 85—1, 2, 3: 86—1, 2, 3, 4: 
87—1, 2, 3: 88—1, 2, 3: 89—1, 2, 3: 
90—1, 2, 3: 91—1, 2, 3, 4, 5: 92—1, 
2, 4, 5: 93—1, 2, 3, 4: 94—1 2, 3, 
4: 95—1, 2, 3, 4: 96—1, 2, 3, 4: 
97—1, 2, 3: 98—1, 2, 3: 99—1: 
100—2: 102—1, 2, 3: 103—1, 2: 104 
—1, 2: 105—1, 2, 3: 106—1: 107-1- 
109—1, 2: 110—1: 111—1, 2, 3: 112 

1, 2, 3, 4: 113—1, 2, 3: 114—1, 2: 
115—1, 2, 3: 116—1, 2, 3: 117—2: 
118—1, 2, 3: 119—1, 2, 3: 120—1, 2: 
121—1, 2, 3; 122—1, 2: 123—1, 2, 3: 
124—1, 2, 3: 125—1, 2: 126—1: 
127—1, 2, 3: 128—1, 2, 3, 4: 129—1: 
130—1: 132—1, 2, 3: 133—1, 2, 3: 
134—1, 2, 3: 135—1: 139—1: 140—1, 

2, 3: 141—1, 2, 3: 143—1, 2, 3: 148 
—1, 2: 152—1, 2, 3: 153—9: 154—18, 
19: 155—1, 2: 156—19, 20: 157—20: 
159—1, 2, 3: 161—15, 16: 163—15: 
164—5: 166—11, 12: 167—10: 169— 
9: 171—15: 172—9, 10: 174—9, 10: 



176—11, 12: 178—13: 180—13: 181- 

1, 2, 3: 183—14, 15: 185—12: 186— 
11: 188—10: 191—1: 251—1, 2: 
252—29: 281—1, 2: 285—39: 287— 
39: 290—39: 306—36: 310—37: 320 
37: 325—37: 328—38: 331—37: 332— 
37: 336—37: 343—37: 345—37: 349— 
40: 351—2: 253—1, 2, 3: 354—1, 2, 
3: 355—1, 2: 356—1, 2: 358—1, 2: 
362—1, 2, 3: 363—1, 2: 365—1, 2: 
367—1, 2, 3: 369—1, 2: 370—1, 2, 
3: 372—1, 2, 3: 373—1, 2: 375—2, 3; 
376—1, 2, 3: 378—1, 2, 3: 380—1, 

2, 3, 4, 5: 382—1, 2, 3: 383—1, 2, 3: 
385—7: 389—27, 28: 390—6: 395— 
19, 20: 397—11: 401—19, 20: 405—1, 
2: 407—21, 22: 409—2: 411—25: 412 
—6, 7: 419—1, 11: 421—1, 2: 424— 
13; 425—1, 2: 427—1: 430—1: 432— 
13: 434—16: 437—1, 2, 3: 441—14: 
446—1, 2: 448—1, 2, 3: 449—1, 2- 
457—1, 2: 460—1, 2: 463—1: 465— 
1, 2, 3, 4: 466—16, 17: 467—1, 2, 3, 
4: 479—1. 

PHOTO ARTS STUDIO: 36—4: 38— 
4: 41—3: 42—2: 43—2: 50—1, 2, 3: 
51—1, 2, 3, 4: 117—1: 132—1, 2, 3: 
135—2, 3: 136—1, 2: 138—1, 2, 3: 
139—2, 3: 144—1, 2: 145—1, 2, 3: 
147—1. 2: 149—1, 2: 399—10: 450— 

1, 2: 451—1, 2, 3: 452—1, 2: 453—1, 

2, 3: 

E. M. FOLEY: 100—1: 142—1, 2: 

C. L. PERKINS: 129—3: 130—2: 131— 

2. 
BILL WEIDENBACKER: 108—1, 2: 
HENRY WALLACE: 93—5: 148—5. 
LEWIS STUDIO: 92—3. 
ORLANDO DAILY NEWS: 101—1, 2 
CHARLESTON EVENING POST: 

106—1: 10—2, 3: 
GASTONIA GAZETTE: 146—1, 3: 

148—1, 2. 
HOMER BALL STUDIO: ALL 

COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY 
SMITH STUDIO: ALL PORTRAITS 

AND BEAUTIES 



Exclusive of portraits, first numbers inciicates page; numbers (s) after dash indicates 
location on pages numbering from left to right and top to bottom of page. 




East Carolina students are accustomed to the constant 
movement of construction as new buildings rise toward com- 
pletion. They see specialists contributing to the major task. 
Moving in much the same order, the production of a year- 
book requires the services of specialists in the fields of 
photography and publishing. These needs were most ably 
filled by two men who are quite outstanding in their fields: 
Mr. A. F. Smith and Mr. Lee H. Blackwell respectively. 
Spending long hours preparing the building blocks for the 
yearbook, Mr. Joe Brannon was the craftsman who provided 
the commercial photographs. With the elements contributed 
by these professionals, the staff labored to mold words and 
pictures into this finished product. 



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